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Sarah Henry is a freelance reporter whose food articles have appeared in The Atlantic, Grist and Eating Well. Sarah is a contributing editor to Edible East Bay and a regular contributor to Edible San Francisco and KQED’s Bay Area Bites. She has also written about local food for the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News and California. Sarah got her journalism start on staff at the Center for Investigative Reporting. Sarah is the voice behind the blog Lettuce Eat Kale and tweets under that moniker too.

Anthony Reyes: Building Dignity for the Homeless Through Farming

anthony reyes in the garden

Aviva Paley is Cooking Up Second Chances with Kitchens for Good

Fabián Aguirre and Maya Pisciotto, The Understory

Former Black Panther Launches Oakland Urban Farm to Give Ex-Prisoners a Fresh Start

Stephen Satterfield: Bridging the Food Movement and the Culinary World

This Farmer Wants to Help Youth of Color Reconnect With the Land

Iconic Oyster Farm Fights Climate Change as Demand Soars

Urban Adamah 2.0: An Urban Farm Poised for Growth

Fomenting Ferment

Troubled Waters: Farmers and Scientists Work Together to Save Oysters

A Food Desert in Paradise: Solving Hawaii’s Fresh Vegetable Problem