NEW YORK and Emmaus, PA, November 2, 2009-Doug Hall has been named Senior Editor of Organic Gardening, published by Rodale Inc. Editor-in-Chief Ethne Clarke made the announcement today.
Hall joins Rodale after over a decade at Meredith. Most recently, Hall was a Senior Editor in Meredith’s newsstand magazine division, where he produced gardening magazines sold under the Better Homes and Gardens brand. Prior to that, Hall was Associate Garden Editor at Better Homes and Gardens, where he wrote and edited articles about basic gardening techniques and landscape design. For eight years before that, Hall held various editorial positions at Flower & Garden magazine, including Managing Editor and Editor in Chief.
“I am thrilled that Doug Hall is joining the Organic Gardening team. His horticultural knowledge and design sense will add greatly to the depth and sparkle of the magazine; Doug’s the consummate professional and he will be a real asset to Rodale as we move forward,” said Clarke.
Hall’s first day at Organic Gardening is November 9.
About Organic Gardening
For 67 years, Rodale’s Organic Gardening magazine has been inspiring and empowering readers with trusted information about how to work in harmony with nature in their gardens, and tread lightly on the environment in all aspects of their lives. As the essential resource for any gardener, Organic Gardening provides the most current and authoritative information available, with a focus on making the process of gardening fun and easy. It’s online property organicgardening.com delivers gardening techniques, solutions, and interactive discussions on organic principles. Organic Gardening leads the way toward a sustainable future with integrity, authority and relevance, providing editorial that shows readers how to care about their health, home and garden safely and naturally.