Grey Moran | Civil Eats


Grey Moran is a Staff Reporter for Civil Eats. Their work has appeared in The Atlantic, Grist, Pacific Standard, The Guardian, Teen Vogue, The New Republic, The New York Times, The Intercept, and elsewhere. Grey writes narrative-based stories about public health, climate change, and environmental justice, especially with a lens on the people working toward solutions.

Animal Welfare Advocates Want a Say in the Next Farm Bill

Photo courtesy of Farm Sanctuary

New Orleans Urban Farmers Prepare for Overlapping Climate Disasters

Mina Seck of Sprout NOLA, which works with mostly small-scale farmers throughout Louisiana who lack crop insurance. (Photo courtesy of Sprout NOLA)

How Crop Insurance Prevents Some Farmers From Adapting to Climate Change

Organic farmers grow radishes as cover crops. (Photo credit: Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Cover Crop Image database)

Re-envisioning New York City’s Green Spaces With Qiana Mickie

Threatened by Climate Change, Food Chain Workers Demand Labor Protections

Representative Greg Casar speaks during the Farm Bill Labor briefing in July 2023. (Photo courtesy of Union of Concerned Scientists)

Cheap Imports Leave US Shrimpers Struggling With ‘Starvation Wages’

Louisiana shrimp harvesters at a rally for higher pay per catch. (Photo credit: Grey Moran)

These Farmers Recharged Groundwater by Catching Atmospheric Rivers

Agriculture - Standing water in a blooming almond orchard cause by excessive rain / near Manteca, California, USA.

Paraquat, the Deadliest Chemical in US Agriculture, Goes on Trial

A tractor spraying paraquat on the Cox ranch. (Photo courtesy of Shirley Cox)

Farmworkers Finally Won Overtime Pay. Now the Industry Wants to Repeal It.

Farm workers harvest zucchini on the Sam Accursio & Son's Farm in Florida City, Florida. (Photo credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

A Contested Election Is Fracturing a Farmworkers’ Union

Leticia Zavala (left) gives a speech in an effort to unseat the Farm Labor Organizing Committee's current and only president Baldemar Velasquez (right). (Photo credit: Grey Moran)