Jul 9, 2021
June 23 is date set for Rodale Institute’s Organic Field Day in Pennsylvania

Rodale Institute, a supporter of regenerative organic agriculture, is set to hold its annual Organic Field Day on July 23 from 8:30 a.m.to 3:30 p.m. The Field Day is located at Rodale Institute’s 333-acre experimental farm in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

For a $25 registration fee, attendees at the Organic Field Day can explore the grounds at their own pace, visiting 11 stations located around the farm dedicated to Rodale Institute research, programs, and demonstrations. At each station, participants will be able to watch interactive presentations, talk to Rodale Institute researchers, and ask questions.

“At Rodale Institute, we pride ourselves on our commitment to farmer and consumer education,” said Jeff Moyer, Rodale Institute CEO. “Field Day is our biggest event of the year and our guests, both in person and virtual, can look forward to a wide range of exciting and engaging presentations that will inspire them to change their operations and grow the regenerative organic movement on their own farms, and in their communities.”

Research stations included in Organic Field Day are:

Food will be available for purchase on-site, but visitors may also bring their own lunch. Attendees should dress appropriately for a day out on the farm with closed-toe shoes, sun protection, and a water bottle.

For anyone not able to travel to Pennsylvania, Rodale Institute is again offering a Virtual Field Day option through the new Virtual Campus. The Virtual Field Day will include on-demand, view-at-your-own-pace video content featuring our research trails and farm projects. Interested participants can register now for access beginning July 19, 2021. 

Registrants for the 2020 Virtual Field Day event, as well as registrants for the 2021 in-person event, will receive a discount code for 25% off registration of the 2021 Virtual Field Day presentation via email. Register now at Courses.RodaleInstitute.org.

Event fee is $25. Veterans may be eligible for free attendance. For more information and to register for Rodale Institute’s Field Day, visit RodaleInstitute.org/FieldDay. For more information about Rodale Institute, visit RodaleInstitute.org.

 Rodale Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to growing the organic movement through rigorous research, farmer training, and consumer education. Widely considered the global leader in regenerative organic agriculture, Rodale Institute has been researching the best practices of organic agriculture and sharing findings with farmers, scientists, and consumers throughout the world since 1947.

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