Tag Archive: food

FOOD SERIES: ‘Harvest Boxes’ and SNAP

Growing up in a financially stable middle class family meant that I never really had to worry about having food on the table each day. While we rarely sat down at the dinner… Continue reading

Faith.

I spent a good chunk of my college career working on different interfaith committees – primarily focusing on LGBTQ+ inclusive spaces and the sanctuary movement. As someone who had very little experience with… Continue reading

Being Worthy of Love.

I often think about love – from family to friends to the random people I went to school with, I see a lot of people happy and in love and I wonder if… Continue reading

Poverty and Class Privilege.

The thing about class privilege is that it’s a significantly easy thing to not notice if you have it. Noticing it though can be just as easy – this privilege means you can… Continue reading

Classism, Feminism, Racism, and Food

I’ve written a lot recently on farming, the environment, and food; this is partially because living in Bellingham can do that to people but also because I’m starting to realize how passionate I… Continue reading

Urban Farming, Permaculture, Accessibility, and Organic Farming

My family lives on half an acre in an urban setting and uses part of the land to grow a garden filled with veggies and raise four chickens. I grew up on farmers’… Continue reading

Food Deserts and Food Forests

The USDA defines food deserts as “parts of the country vapid of fresh fruit, vegetables, and other healthful whole foods, usually found in impoverished areas. This is largely due to a lack of… Continue reading