Amy Halloran | Civil Eats

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Amy Halloran lives with her family in upstate New York. She teaches food justice, writing, and cooking classes, and runs a community meals program. She works with the Artisan Grain Collaborative and Northeast Grainshed Alliance.

Op-ed: After the Pandemic Flour Craze, Micro-Millers Take Stock

home baker kneading dough and shaping loaves of bread

Flour Shortage? Amber Waves of Regional Grains to the Rescue

Local grain mill Sparrow Bush Farm is offering a Neighbor Loaf during the pandemic. (Photo courtesy of Sparrow Bush Farm)

Can Restaurants Survive the Pandemic By Feeding Those in Need?

restaurant as community kitchen serving soup

The Women Reviving Heirloom Grains and Flour

From left: Jules Exum, Leyna Lightman, Nan Kohler, Kate Pepper, Mai Nguyen, and Roxana Jullapat. (Photo credit: Guy Frenkel)

Bake What We Knead: Solving the Problem of Excess Bread

An Elder Statesman of Local Grains is Having Doubts About the Crop

Baking With Local Flour: A 2-Way Conversation

bakers

The Wheat Revolution Will Not Be Genetically Engineered

Putting Culture Back into Agriculture

Bring Back Local Grains! One Man’s Quest in Upstate NY