Kutztown, PA—Rodale Institute’s Annual Organic Field Day is back for another year and will take place on July 21, 2023, from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Each year, hundreds of visitors attend the event, in Kutztown, PA, for education and updates on regenerative organic agriculture topics.
The annual event is open to farmers, policymakers, and members of the public who are interested in exploring Rodale's nearly 400-acre research farm. Discussions will be held on protective measures against extreme weather events, soil health, composting, and crop nutrient density variations.
Jeff Moyer, Rodale Institute’s CEO Emeritus, will present on the topic of organic no-till practices. Moyer, who invented the roller crimper tractor attachments, will also sign copies of his book, Roller/Crimper No-Till: Advancing No-Till Agriculture.
Organic Field Day is an opportunity to network
There will be more than 20 of the Institute’s partner organizations, exhibiting and engaging attendees on programming, projects, and opportunities for collaboration.
Guests are encouraged to wear farm attire, sun protection gear, and refillable water bowls. Food vendors will be on-site, for purchase. You can pre-register for the event here or register in-person, the day of. Cost to attend is $25.00 per person.