When hippies and student rebels joined the country farm life.
When Edward Aloe took over the organic flour producer Great Valley Mills, he also decided to grow his own organic grains.
In 1979, after the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant accident, Organic Gardening called upon its readers to send a message to President Carter.
Stalking the Wild Asparagus author Euell Gibbons forages for edibles in New York City.
The rich story behind Rodale's founder with a mission to create a healthier world.
Are the best gardens the result of minimum time and labor?
How Rachel Carson's warnings sparked investigations into the dangers of insecticides.
The man who started the organic movement
Sir Albert Howard, the father of modern composting, was an early Organic Gardening contributing editor
Maria Rodale renames Organic Gardening.
Our original coverage of the publishing of "Silent Spring"
Take a tour of three urban farms in Brooklyn.
Denmark is leading the way in organic food. What can Americans learn from its success?
On the History, Husbandry, Politics, and Promise of Seeds
The American garden scene is blooming.
Ethne Clarke's Editor's Letter, April/May 2014
Avoiding Neoeonicotinoids from Box Stores
Organic landscape maintenance gets a boost from america’s largest indoor flower show.
Astronauts become gardeners with Veggie technology.
Ethne Clarke's Editor's Letter, February/March 2014