About the Brand

Rodale’s Organic Life is a stylish guide to living naturally in the modern world, dedicated to helping readers live well, consume responsibly, and embrace everyday life with both mindfulness and gusto.

Beginning with the May/June 2015 issue Rodale’s Organic Life, will be published bimonthly, six times a year.

The brand’s website, RodalesOrganicLife.com, will offer original content, updated daily.

Rodale's Organic Life Magazine

Rodale’s Organic Life, a relaunch of the company’s flagship brand Organic Gardening, is an online and print handbook for living naturally in the modern world; a vivid chronicle of friendly, authoritative information about global cooking, gardening, design, wellness, and travel.

Every article, every essay, every stunning pictorial, every reader forum, every social-media conversation taking place within its universe honors the belief that we all have the potential to learn more about ourselves and about fresh ways to engage--spiritually, physically, intellectually, emotionally--with our environment and our communities.

James Oseland, the brand’s Editor-in-Chief, most recently served as Editor-in-Chief of Saveur, where he led the magazine to more than 40 awards, including numerous James Beard journalism awards and three from the American Society of Magazine Editors. He’s also been a judge for five seasons of Bravo TV’s Top Chef Masters.

“The organic movement has come a long way since 1942 when my grandfather, J.I. Rodale, first recognized the connection between healthy soil, healthy food and healthy people,” explained Rodale Inc. Chairman and CEO, Maria Rodale when the new magazine was announced. “Organic has become a lifestyle and a set of values, not just a way to grow food, and I am so excited for readers to be able to experience that on every page of this new magazine.”

Rodale’s Organic Life,will continue to feature gardening content, but will also expand to new content areas including food, home and wellbeing.


Director, Communications, Rodale Inc. & Rodale's Organic Life

Lauren Paul