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Articles by Sarah Henry

Sarah Henry is a freelance food writer based in Berkeley and the voice behind the blog Lettuce Eat Kale.

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  • New Agtivists: Brother-sister duo revamp the corner store

    When Alison and Aphonzo Cross started planning The Boxcar Grocers -- a "corner store" full of fresh, local food in Atlanta -- they had no idea they'd find a line outside the door on their first day.

  • The New Agtivist: Inga Haugen, farm girl at large

    Photo: Cathrine Windyk Inga Haugen may look a little like Heidi, but she’s a modern-day farm girl through and through. In 1993, her family moved to the small town of Canton, Minn. (population less than 400), to Springside Farm, 230 acres of rolling hills and grazing land that was then a hobby farm. Her mother, […]

  • Learning on the half-shell

    Photo: Gwendolyn MeyerLuc Chamberland thinks oyster farming is often misunderstood. That’s why the aquaculturist wants to educate the public about the benefits of cultivating bivalves in Tomales Bay, a pristine estuary in West Marin, Calif. A recent, high-profile controversy surrounding a commercial oyster farm in the area has focused on the potentially negative environmental impacts […]

  • Kickstarting on-demand heirloom produce

    A new online project takes the traditional CSA model one step further by allowing eaters to help decide what heirloom produce farmers plant.