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Happy New Year, Plus 6 Great Posts You Might Have Missed

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Happy New Year from Civil Eats!

Civil Eats has been pumping out great stories for a few months now, so I thought I’d share six posts you might have missed before we turn over a new leaf in the new year.  In no particular order, here are six bits of food for thought:

The Quest to be an Organic Farmer – Naomi Starkman tells the story of how she went from being a city slicker to learning the art of farming sustainably.

The Next Generation of Farmers – Gordon Jenkins kicks off his regular series on the ins and outs of becoming a farmer now.

Preserving the Harvest: Fun with Pickles – Eco-chef Aaron French dishes on making pickles.

La Cocina, a Delicious Economic Renewal – Anya Fernald discovers an empowering place for future food business owners.

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Victory Garden Revival Needs a Presidential “Ask” – Rose Hayden-Smith recognizes the power the White House has in determining our future growing some of our own food.

8 Ways to Eat Well in Hard Times – I do my best to give tips that can help a foodie save some dough.

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Paula Crossfield is a founder and the Editor-at-large of Civil Eats. She is also a co-founder of the Food & Environment Reporting Network. Her reporting has been featured in The Nation, Gastronomica, Index Magazine, The New York Times and more, and she has been a contributing producer at The Leonard Lopate Show on New York Public Radio. An avid cook and gardener, she currently lives in Oakland. Read more >

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  1. keep pumping out the good stuff! in the last few months, civil eats has become a vital site - keep it up. one suggestion: how about adding an ABOUT US tab so that readers can get a better idea of who you all are? here's to a more green and delicious 09.
    • pcrossfield
      Hi David,

      Thanks for the kind words. We are currently working on a new version of the site, where you can read all about us!

      Best,
      Paula

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