Hannah Ricker | Civil Eats


Hannah Ricker is an Oakland-based journalist who writes about sustainable agriculture, international development, and gender politics. She currently attends the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.

Small Farmers in California Face Tough Choices Amidst Drought

A California farmer facing drought holds dried out soil in his hand

California’s Vaccine Rollout Has Yet to Reach Most Farmworkers

Travel nurse Tiquella Russell of Texas prepares to administer a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine to a resident at a clinic at Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital in South Los Angeles on February 25, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

California Farmers of Color Need More Support During the Pandemic. Can Private Efforts Help?

Harvesting peanuts for Sister Farms. (Photo credit: Slow Food East Bay)

Ranchers Form Co-Op to Address Meat Processing Bottleneck

A flock of free range regenerative livestock graze in a field in the Bay Area

Wildfires Across Northern California Devastate Farmers and Farmland

A barn at Pie Ranch in Pescadero has burned down during the 2020 California wildfires. (Photo credit: Nancy Vail)

Community Supported Agriculture Is Surging Amid the Pandemic

collage of lorraine walker from eatwell farm and a csa box they produced. (Photos courtesy of CUESA and Eatwell Farm)