The There There. Edible Baja Arizona.
After three decades of effort, downtown Tucson is indisputably revitalizing. What that revitalization means for downtown is still being determined. May/June 2017.
Feeding TUSD. Edible Baja Arizona.
Tucson Unified School District’s Food Services department is out to change the way kids eat—one meal at a time, 30,000 meals a day. November/December 2016.
Local Cents. Edible Baja Arizona.
Ten 55 Brewing is the first business in Arizona seeking to raise capital through equity crowdfunding. September/October 2016.
Our City of Gastronomy. Edible Baja Arizona.
Tucson becomes the first city in the United States to be recognized as a UNESCO World City of Gastronomy. January/February 2016.
Links to all stories published in Edible Baja Arizona here.
Returnable Underwear Is the Future of Retail. Racked.com. July 2017.
I ate only unprocessed foods for a year. The Washington Post. December 2015.
When the chickens came home to roost. The Los Angeles Times. April 2014.
SB 1070 Took Toll on State’s Reputation. The Los Angeles Times. April 2012.
This desert wants to stay in the dark. The Los Angeles Times. July 2012.
Hiking where locomotives once chugged. The Los Angeles Times. July 2011.
California hostels offer budget-luxury accommodations. The Los Angeles Times. December 2010.
Suburban living, down on the farm. The Los Angeles Times. November 2010.
Into the Mouth of Hades. The Los Angeles Times. May 2010.
How Wind Works. Terrain.org. March 2017.
Dropping the Moon. Gulf Coast. Winter/Spring 2014.
Click. Bellevue Literary Review. Spring 2013.
Date With A Climate Change Denier. High Country News. December 2012.
The Wager for Rain. Sage Magazine. August 2012. First place: Young Environmental Writer’s Contest.