Chris Hardman | Civil Eats


Chris Hardman is the executive editor of edibleWOW magazine. She has also written for Organic Gardening, Wildlife Conservation, and Chicago Wilderness magazines. As a former contributor to Americas magazine, she reported on science, culture, and the environment in Central and South America. Now, edibleWOW brings her closer to home reporting on the local food scene in southeast Michigan.

There’s a Nationwide Cook Shortage. Culinary Training Programs to the Rescue.

5 Programs Helping Soldiers Become Farmers

Participants in Heroic Foods' Microgreens and Urban Farming class. (Photo courtesy of Heroic Foods.)

On Cleveland’s Largest Urban Farm, Refugees Gain Language and Job Skills

Refugee farmers

Delivering Summer Meals to Rural, Low-Income Kids with Retired School Buses

Would You Buy a Meal From a Restaurant that Hasn’t Opened Yet?

How Flint is Using Good Food to Combat Lead Poisoning


This Subsidized Bus Service is Helping Flint Residents Get to Grocery Stores

The Detroit Food Academy Makes Teens Food Industry Ready

Kids Learning at the Detroit Food Academy

What Other Cities Can Learn From Philadelphia’s Effort to Cut Salt in Chinese Take-Out

Chinese Food in Takeout Box

Banding Together to Build a Better CSA