Recently, someone asked me why I blog. After all, I don’t get paid for it, and it’s a lot of extra work added to an already crazy-busy life. I think I started posting blogs in early 2009 (although I don’t remember what my first post was about), so that makes it about five years of […]
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Dear Readers, Welcome to the newest feature on my blog, “Maria’s Five Favorites,” where every other Saturday, I’ll share five of my favorite products from Rodale’s. Rodale’s was born out of our desire to provide people with a convenient way to buy healthy, sustainable and organic products they can feel good about. So sit back […]
The following appears in the October/November edition of Organic Gardening magazine. For great gardening, cooking, and living tips, pick the issue up today! What if you had infinite power to change the world for the better? What if I told you that you did? Would you believe it? Well, we are headed toward the holiday […]
People still look at me funny when I say Rodale is headquartered in the Lehigh Valley. Sometimes I’ll say Emmaus, sometimes Allentown or Bethlehem. But unless they are longtime organic gardeners or farmers, in which case Emmaus (the birthplace of the organic movement in America) and Maxatawny (home of the Rodale Institute) are considered Mecca, most people are not familiar with our little valley.
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now