Kate Johnson worked for GRACE's communications team and blogged for Ecocentric until she left the foundation.
We had the pleasure of chatting with Katie Massy, founder of Women Who Farm, to talk about her inspirations and challenges.
We spoke with Phil Haynes of Stone Barns about the intricate details of a day at the farm to better understand the hard work that goes into animal husbandry.
Our food system is in need of a wide variety of skillsets. As job options in food sustainability expand, how can you tie your work to our growing movement?
The holidays are officially upon us. There are plenty of opportunities to give thoughtful, unique gifts that can't necessarily be wrapped up in a package! We've outlined a few options that make the giving season simpler.
We compiled a list of 10 food-centric Instagrammers that we think make a positive impact in the food system through their work - check them out!
We're officially in the throes of Thanksgiving prep. But don't stress - our Seasonal Food Guide is your meal planning companion to help you cultivate a meaningful feast!
We teamed up with the ASPCA®, Food Chain Workers Alliance and the Natural Resources Defense Council to launch the "Good Groceries Guide," a resource for conscious consumers.
In a world with a changing climate, food waste demands our attention. Chef and author Anthony Bourdain is championing the cause.
We chatted with Co-Director of the Food Chain Workers Alliance Jose Oliva about how he became involved in labor issues within the food industry, some of the biggest challenges the Alliance faces and how the Alliance's work inspires a more sustainable food system.
It's here! Find what's in season near you with our new and improved Seasonal Food Guide. Better yet, we made an app! Seasonal food is right at your fingertips.
Gabriella Stern, Publicity Manager for Union Square Greenmarket, talks about the role farmers' markets play in cultivating a resilient food system.
We chatted with The Common Market, a nonprofit that connects communities with food from sustainable farms, about recent successes and their expansion into the New York City area.
A farmer turned foodie, Andrea Bemis lives each day farm-to-table. Andrea runs a successful six acre organic farm alongside her husband, Taylor, in Parkdale, Oregon. She's able to share the fruits (or vegetables!) of her labor with people across the country, thanks to the success of her blog and upcoming cookbook, Dishing up the Dirt. Here's her story:
Two of us just came back from the Anti-Hunger Policy Conference in Washington, DC rejuvenated with new information, ideas and strategies. Here are our main takeaways.
We celebrate Halloween as an opportunity to don a costume and disguise ourselves for one night a year. But did you know that a lot of our favorite foods also hide behind "costumes" of their own, misleading consumers, all year long?
At times, it seems that the political tension surrounding this general election cycle has eclipsed the significance of local government, and how change can often spark from the ground up. Don't let these frustrations persuade you into inaction! Instead, let's recognize the influence of other forms of democratic participation where your voice can be heard!