Caroline Tracey | Civil Eats


Caroline Tracey is a writer whose work focuses on the US West, Mexico, and the US-Mexico borderlands. Her work appears in n+1, the Guardian, Rest of World, and elsewhere, as well as in Spanish in Mexico’s Nexos. She holds a PhD in Geography from the University of California, Berkeley. Find her on Twitter at @ce_tracey.

How Lalo García Went From Farmworker to Celebrity Chef

Laura Tillman at left, with the cover of her latest book, The Migrant Chef, about celebrity chef Lalo Garcia, at right. (Author photo by Jackie Russo)

Can This Beef Cooperative Become ‘the West’s Largest Climate-Smart Ranching Program’?

Pratt Family Beef in Idaho is a member of Country Natural Beef. (Image courtesy of Country Natural Beef)

California’s Sheepherders at the Center of an Overtime Battle

Delio Mantari Pastrana helps to herd a flock of sheep to a field near the U.S.-Mexico border to graze on alfalfa near El Centro, California. (Photo credit: Getty Images)