Alison Fairbrother

Alison Fairbrother is the director of the Public Trust Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to amplifying the voices of scientists conducting industry-independent research and investigating corporate science. She writes regularly for the Washington Spectator.

Factory Farms

Maryland blazes the trail to get arsenic out of chicken feed

A new Maryland law will keep arsenic out of chicken feed -- and out of a good portion of the waterways in one of the densest chicken-producing parts of the United States.

Animals

The most important fish in the sea

Menhaden are vital for a clean and healthy ocean ecosystem -- and they're in trouble.

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