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Sara Franklin a cook, writer, sometimes farmer and scholar. She has farmed in Massachusetts and New York and has worked with various agriculture and anti-poverty organizations in communities across the U.S. as well as in South Africa, Turkey and Brazil. She is currently working towards a doctorate in food studies at New York University. When she’s not on the road, Sara works and eats in Brooklyn, New York.

Getting from Delicious to the Dirt, A Review of A Taste for Civilization

Belo Horizonte: The City That Ended Hunger

Terra Madre Brasil: The Art of Eating Politically

Agriculture: The Universal Language

The Foodshed Nomad Visits Rio’s Evolving Food Markets

Doing What Needs to Be Done: Lessons of a Foodshed Nomad

The “Cidade Maravilhosa” (Marvelous City)

The Foodshed Nomad: A Journey, and A New Column, Begins

On Ken Meter’s “Mapping the Minnesota Food Industry”

Agriculture and the Healthcare Debate: Inextricably Linked