Hannah Wallace | Civil Eats


Hannah Wallace writes about food politics, regenerative agriculture, wine, cannabis, and travel for a wide variety of publications including Bloomberg, Conde Nast Traveler, Inc., Food & Wine, The New York Times, Reasons to be Cheerful, Portland Monthly, Vogue, and Wired. She has been a regular contributor to Civil Eats since its founding in 2009.

The Next Chapter for Farm to School: Milling Whole Grains in the Cafeteria

Harvesting Hard Red Spring wheat variety Summit 515 at Whitehead Elementary school in Woodland, California – the second school to grow wheat as part of the Wheat 2 Schools project.

In St. Louis, Tosha Phonix is Growing Food Justice

Tosha Phonix stands outside the goat pen.

The Quapaw Nation’s Casino Farms Its Own Food

The greenhouses at Downstream Casino Resort. (Photo credit: Quapaw Nation)

Black Grandmothers Feed their Communities, and Pass on Food Traditions—Online

Two of the Grandma's Hands chefs posing in the kitchen. (Photo credit: Robin Franzen Parker)

Deepa Iyer Is Farming for Social Justice

Victor Anagli and Deepa Iyer at Ayeko Farm. (Photo courtesy of Deepa Iyer)

One Fair Wage Wants to Help Reopen Restaurants—and Change How They Pay Workers

A man cooks food in a restaurant kitchen. Photo credit: One Fair Wage.

Their Restaurants Closed, Chefs Take to Instagram to Help You Cook at Home

a montage of chefs teaching online cooking lessons

Feed the Mass Aims to Bring Affordable Cooking Classes to Everyone

Jacobsen Valentine with Camilla and her daughter during a Feed the Mass class.

Tempeh, the ‘OG of Fermented Foods,’ Is Having a Moment

A plate of tempeh and other vegetables. Photo courtesy of Better Nature.

Portland Teens Create Cookbook to Save Orphaned Chimps