Bridget Shirvell | Civil Eats

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Bridget Shirvell is the Social Media Editor of Civil Eats. A New York-city based journalist, she has reported on a wide range of food, travel, and environmental subjects over the years for venues including VICE, Condé Nast Traveler, and Edible Communities. She has served as a digital strategist for Long Island Pulse Magazine, an audience engagement specialist for PBS NewsHour, and a town reporter in Connecticut. When she isn’t busy working, Bridget and her husband are often trying to tire out their golden retriever with long walks in Bronx and along the Connecticut shoreline.

Will the CSA Boom Survive Beyond the Pandemic?

farmer loading csa boxes into his truck to deliver to community supported agriculture customers

TikTok Sensation Alexis Nikole Nelson Wants You to Love Foraging as Much as She Does

Alexis Nikole Nelson.

Cider Makers Are Betting on Foraged Apples for Climate Resilience

picking wild apples as part of a foraging project in upstate new york Photo credit: South Hill Cider

How the Pandemic is Affecting Home Food Waste

A hand putting food waste into a compost bin.

The Growing Trend of Dining at Your Neighborhood Butcher Shops

Grass & Bone's butcher, James Wayman, working in the kitchen.

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary’s Thanksliving Celebrates Animals with a Vegan Feast

(Photo credit: Melissa Cacioppo)

Aliza Sokolow’s Food Photos Could Change the Way You Think About Farmers

Aliza Sokolow photo collage

Celebrities on a Food Mission

Anthony Bourdain Wants You to Waste Less Food

New York City Seeks to Create a ‘Craigslist for Food Pantries’