Organic Grower Summer 2020 – The Harvest Issue

Cultivation calling: Academic finds a place in organic farming

Casey Holland was vaguely headed on a track to graduate school before stumbling into her true calling as an organic grower. “I was just kind of aimless,” said...

Editor’s Letter: When times get tough, growers get going

The organic growers I’ve met are tough, innovative people. And it’s good they’re tough and innovative, because the COVID-19 pandemic – and the market disruption that it brought...

Louis Bromfield paved the way for organic agriculture

He spent much of his childhood on an Ohio farm, but Louis Bromfield grew up to be a Pulitzer-winning author who socialized with the likes of Ernest Hemmingway...

Pennsylvania’s Plowshare Produce practices intensive organic production

Micah and Bethany Schonberg rent the 2.75 acres that they have been farming for the last 12 years from Bethany’s parents Tom and Sharon Spicher who own 50-60...

Playing it safe: Aligning organic production with the Food Safety Modernization Act

Growing organic fruit and vegetables that are typically eaten fresh requires farmers to follow sound practices that take crop health and food safety into account. The overall goal...
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Cultivation calling: Academic finds a place in organic farming

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