Natalie Peart, YES! Magazine | Civil Eats


Natalie Peart is a 1.5 generation Caribbean-American multimedia journalist and artist living on Lenapehoking lands (Brooklyn, NY). Her work centers on the environment, spirituality, and alternative economies. She is an urban gardener who loves processing food scraps and making windrows that become compost. Natalie is currently pursuing her master's degree at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism where she is studying documentary filmmaking. She is a member of NABJ.

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Veteran Farmers Jason Tartt and Sky Edwards inside one of the high tunnels they procured with the help of USDA NRCS. (Photo credit: Rebecca Haddix, USDA)

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Gleaners at Salvation Farms in Morristown, Vermont. (Photo from Salvation Farms)