Danielle Beurteaux | Civil Eats


Danielle Beurteaux is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn, New York.

Could Putting Farmland in the Commons Support Land Justice and Sustainability?

A Somali Bantu farmer tending the field in Maine.

Climate Change Is Intensifying Food Shocks

Ron Hook, western district commissioner or Buchanan County, inspects the levee in Elwood, Kansas, March 22, 2019. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Tech. Sgt. Patrick Evenson)

The Bronx City Park that is Making Public Land Forage-Friendly

A team of farmers working at the Bronx Foodway as part of a program from Youth Ministries for Peace & Justice and New York City's Summer Youth Employment Program. (Photo by Nathan Hunter)

Truelove Seeds Offers a Connection to Culinary Heritage and Food Justice

Participants at a Truelove Seeds seed-keeping workshop at Taqwa Community Farm in the Bronx. (Photo courtesy of Truelove Seeds)

Don’t Call it Food Waste: Entrepreneurs Turn Surplus Food into Gold

Daniela Uribe with a mountain of cascara (photo courtesy of Lazy Bear Tea)

American-Grown Saffron Could Change the Spice Trade

Will the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Affect Local Food Producers?

A High-Tech Solution to Seafood Slavery and Illegal Fishing