Anna Guth | Civil Eats


Anna Guth is a freelance editor and reporter based in Marin County, California. Previously a staff writer for the Point Reyes Light, she has a degree in English and environmental studies from Wesleyan University.

Can Point Reyes National Seashore Support Wildlife and Ranching Amid Climate Change?

A herd of tule elk, overlooking Pierce Point Ranch and Tomales Bay.

As California Gets Drier, Solar Panels Could Help Farms Save Water

Sheep Grazing at the Cal Poly Gold Tree Solar Farm site. (Photo credit: Tony Tran)

What Cuts to the Food Safety Net Mean for People’s Lives

A woman holds a bag of pears as she waits in line to receive free food at the Richmond Emergency Food Bank. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Eating the Wrong Poppy Seeds Can Upend Your Life

A bag of poppy seed bagels, some of which could be contaminated by high levels of opiates. (Photo by Christopher Dilts, Bloomberg)

Connecting Ranchers with Land Stewards Could Be Key to Less Disastrous Wildfires

goats grazing down wildfire fuel in northern california

Is Biochar a Game-Changer for Sustainable Farms?

The Fisherman Who Wants to Transform SF’s Fisherman’s Wharf


An Organic Farm Going Against the Grain in the Corn Belt

sustainable film

Can Fish Hubs Rebuild Demand for Local Fish?

“Boat-to-School” Programs Source Fresh Seafood for Students