|Essay||We Are What We Eat||
If you are what you eat, and especially if you eat industrial food as 99 percent of Americans do, what you are is "corn."
How whole foods came to be treated not as complex ecologies, but as mere delivery systems for "nutrients."
|Blog||Thou Shalt Not Spork!||
How New Orleans students said "no" to quirky cutlery, and "yes" to school lunch reform.
|Blog||The Working Mom's Eating In Challenge||
Professionally, I understand food as a green issue. Personally, living it is a very different story.
|Essay||The School Garden Debate: To Weep or Reap?||
The Atlantic article lambasted school gardens by stirring up charged emotions. But what are the facts?
|Essay||SpongeBob, Junk Food, and the Federal Trade Commission||
Limit promotion of some foods marketed to children and create incentives that increase demand for foods that are nutritionally superior.
|Essay||Sodas in Schools: A Sticky Situation||
School beverage policies should address obesity, tooth decay, and low-nutrient drinks' contributions to chronic illness.
|Essay||School Food, Public Policy, and Strategies for Change||
Decisions about school food are about balancing the interests of corporations and those of advocates for children's health.
|Download||Rethinking School Lunch Guide||
A planning framework for improving school food, supporting sustainable food systems, and teaching and integrating curriculum around food issues.
|Blog||Responding to the School Garden Debate||
What was your response to the Atlantic article on school gardens?