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Posted by Natures Path on March 12th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening
At age 8, Birke Baehr decided he wanted to know where his food came from. At age 11, he took to the TED stage to deliver an eye-opening evaluation of our food system that quickly went viral. Now 15, he gives talks across and country and he’s well on his way to achieving his dream of becoming an...
Posted by Natures Path on March 9th, 2015 under General, Organic Gardening
Maria Rodale grew up on the first organic farm in America. That’s where she first learned the joy of eating organic – and where she learned to question everything. In the end, the answers she found led her back to the family farm, and the family business, Rodale. A pioneer in organic farming and...
Posted by Natures Path on August 1st, 2014 under General, Organic Gardening, Sustainable Living
Each year we’re inspired by the amazing projects that apply for one of our three $15,000 Gardens for Good grants – this year is no exception!

We’re so excited to spill the dirt on our 2014 Gardens for Good winners. From the 136 entries from non-profit organizations making an impact at the local...
Posted by Natures Path on June 27th, 2014 under General, How To's, Organic Gardening
Plants don’t just grow by themselves. They need a helping hand from pollinators, who fertilize the plants so they can produce fruit, vegetables, and nuts. The honeybee is without a doubt the most recognized – and popular – of the pollinators. We’re pretty sure that’s got something to do with honey...

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