Josie Green

Josie Green is a farmer, foodie and freelance writer who covers topics including food, travel, social movements, and science.

Her work has been featured online at USA Today, MSN, Business Telegraph, Fresh World News, Common Sense Interpretation, Knox News, The Arizona Republic, Burlington Free Press, Ithaca Journal, Florida Today, Detroit Free Press, Ventura County Star, Cincinnati Enquirer, Desert Sun, North Jersey.com, Stevens Point Journal, Commercial Appeal, Sheboygan Press, Marion Star, The Californian, Clarion Ledger, Reno Gazette Journal, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, App.com, Des Moines Register, Coloradoan, and All About World Heritage Sites.

She studied neuroscience at Oberlin College and has 14 years of organic farming experience, including work with an urban agriculture and social justice non-profit. She is also a professional chocolatier with over a decade of experience in artisan food production.

Lastest Stories by Josie Green

On Friday, June 24, the United States Supreme Court overruled the 1973 Roe v. Wade, eliminating constitutional right to abortion. The question of abortion’s legality will now be left to the...
The word Motown may bring to mind an array of chart-topping dance hits from the ‘60s and ‘70s, with an infectious signature sound that blended soul, funk, and R&B. Indeed, the first two...
Bars are a seemingly ubiquitous part of the American landscape. Even small towns with one stoplight probably have a local watering hole where workers can let off steam after a long day or shoot the...
Every year, many hundreds, if not thousands, of new wines enter the market, whether they’re from veteran wine estates or novice producers with newly established vineyards. With the mind-boggling...
Coffee is the most popular beverage in the U.S. – more so than bottled water, soda, or beer. Americans drink about 656 million cups a day, according to a new report released by the National...
In 1959, Detroit songwriter and record store proprietor Berry Gordy founded Tamla Records and opened a small recording studio that he nicknamed Hitsville U.S.A. The following year, he incorporated...
Most neighborhoods in America’s largest cities are becoming increasingly unaffordable to low-income renters, mostly Black residents, according to a recently published report by the National Equity...
Pit-smoked meats have deep cultural roots in many American locales, from North Carolina to Kansas City to central Texas. Across the United States, the term “barbecue” can conjure drastically...
The craft of cooking meat over a wood fire has ancient roots around the globe, and there are about as many techniques for doing it as there are cultures in the world. In various regions of the United...
During the widespread COVID lockdowns of 2020, scores of Americans decided to learn something new in their idle time, taking up sourdough baking, woodworking, or bird watching. Many also turned to...
In the summer of 1976, a ground fire burned through a vegetated area on the island of Guernsey, revealing a granite slab protruding from a high mound of earth. The ensuing excavation revealed an...