knowledge @wharton | february 9, 2016
Brent Cunningham and I discuss what lessons there are to learn from Huntington, WV, once the most unhealthy city in America according to the Centers for Disease Control.
stone barns center | february 10, 2016
A new kind of crop insurance levels the playing field for smaller and diversified farmers. It's also a big win for eaters because it provides an incentive for farmers to grow healthy and sustainable food.
New york magazine | may 31, 2015
Not surprisingly, the answer is: It depends.
stone barns center | august 21, 2015
Saving ugly fruits and vegetables is good for the environment and America's hungry. But does it work for farmers?