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Recent work

Interviewed for Heritage Radio Network’s The Farm Report May 2012
Episode description: “Hear about Stephanie’s time at Consider Bardwell Farm in West Pawlet, Vermont, and some of the troubles she and her boyfriend came across in eastern Washington. For those listeners interested in working on farms, tune in to hear some of Stephanie’s tips about finding an ideal farming environment.
Listen to the episode here

Writer for BUST Magazine October/November 2011 issue
Piece (cover story) title “Dirty Girls: Resourceful urban farmers are giving new meaning to the term asphalt jungle”
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Interviewed for The Daily Record newspaper in New Jersey September 2011
Story title “Sowing the future: Women reconnect with natural farming” by Lorraine Ash
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Writer for Real Food Challenge’s blog in August 2011:
Student Leaders Gear Up as the USDA Bails Out Chicken Industry: a reminder of why we work

Speaker at TEDxGallatinSeniorSymposium 2011
Talk title “Reclaiming the Domestic: Farm Women’s Invisible Feminism and Sustainability”
Watch the talk here

Writer for Brooklyn Brainery’s blog:
The Many Faces of the American Farm Woman

Past work

Writer for the L Magazine’s blog The Measure:
Guerilla Ice Cream Will Save the World
Boo: Greenpoint Food Market Canceled (But There’s Hope)

Writer for the Green Fork blog:
Collards, Melons, and Mud Puddles: A Farmer’s Perspective in Upstate New York
This piece was also featured in the Poughkeepsie Farm Project’s newsletter Harvest Line.
Well Worth the Mess: Fresh Mozzarella!