Elizabeth Grossman


Elizabeth Grossman was a senior reporter for Civil Eats from 2014 to 2017, where she focused on environmental and science issues. She is the author of Chasing Molecules, High Tech Trash, Watershed and other books. Her work appeared in a variety of publications, including National Geographic News, The Guardian, The Intercept, Scientific American, Environmental Health Perspectives, Yale e360, Ensia, High Country News, The Washington Post, Salon, The Nation, and Mother Jones. She passed away in July 2017, leaving behind a legacy of dedication to her mission of journalism that supports and protects people and the planet.

New ‘Blue Card’ Proposal Would Protect Farmworkers from Deportation


Trump Executive Order Promises to Slash Farm Regulations

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Want Healthier Soil? Link it to Crop Insurance


Can California Reverse EPA’s U-Turn on Pesticide Ban?

Will Trump Revive COOL and Make American Meat Great Again?

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Trump’s Budget Would Set Food System Progress Back Generations

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New California Bill Could Be First in Nation to Require Food Dye Labeling

New UN Report: Pesticides Don’t Feed the World

Can Organic Food Prevent a Public Health Crisis?

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Absent Federal Policy, States Take Lead on Animal Welfare

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