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Bridget Shirvell
Freelance Journalist 🌮 + 🍾 • ✈️ • 🐾 social editor , digital strategy editor + 📝 , + more
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Bridget Shirvell May 20
Is a city still a city if urban living is a luxury good?
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Marion Nestle May 14
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Bridget Shirvell May 15
Why Some Wineries Are Becoming 'Certified B Corp' — And What That Means
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Bridget Shirvell May 14
This brewery glued beer cans together to abandon plastic rings
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Bridget Shirvell May 14
Strangely the only time I ever want doughnuts is when I'm sick or when it's snowing. Not sure what's that about but sharing a few of my favorite Long Island doughnut spots in this story
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Naomi Starkman May 13
In ' on-going 10th anniversary series, & I spoke to four experts who think about deeply: Rebecca Spector of & Judith McGeary of .
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Bridget Shirvell May 13
So excited to share my first piece for a 'Green' Wine Shopping Guide
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr May 13
“Right to Harm” takes viewers into the lives of those fighting the impacts of CAFOs in communities across the nation.
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Bridget Shirvell May 9
Really, Rhode Island?
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Bridget Shirvell May 8
The Lake Erie Bill of Rights, is a first-of-its-kind measure that permits Toledo’s citizens to file lawsuits against polluters in defense of the Lake’s “Rights of Nature.”
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Bridget Shirvell May 6
Replying to @EsmeMazzeo
I feel so old I missed the whole thing. wishing you luck though. :)
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Bridget Shirvell May 3
Here’s how Trader Joe’s plans to cut 1M pounds of single-use plastic from its stores
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Better May 2
Food Photos Could Change the Way You Think About Farmers'. Amazing images from @aliziasock. Great report from . Thank you! via
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Christina Cooke May 2
“I really like to tell the stories of the farmers because they’re such heroes of mine,” says LA-based photographer Aliza Sokolow, whose colorful pics showcase the art and beauty of farmers' hard work. reports for
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Bridget Shirvell May 1
Thanks for sharing my story on Aliza Sokolow’s photographs
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Bridget Shirvell Apr 29
My favorite time of year at NYC's is here
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Bridget Shirvell Apr 29
Most labels address how food is grown. The Agricultural Justice Project also focuses on how the people behind the food are treated.
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Bridget Shirvell Apr 29
As nice as the convince is there are very few times I need 1-day shipping and I can't help but wonder what the impact of this on environment will be
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Civil Eats Apr 23
“I’ve never had anything like this in my 40 years,” says Brad Cluck, a beef and hay rancher eight miles east of Omaha, whose hay meadow was completely drowned in the wake of the recent Midwest flooding.”
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Bridget Shirvell Apr 26
A new study from University of Michigan researchers found that meal kits have a much lower overall carbon footprint than the same meals purchased at a grocery store, despite having more packaging.
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