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

Parents tend to want their child to have a unique, memorable, or meaningful name. Whether it’s an old family name, a beautiful one borrowed from nature, or a rare name with a distinctive...
During the first quarter of 2022, streaming services renewed more series than ever before, according to the data analytics firm Ampere Analysis. Fans of shows including Hulu’s “Reservation...
K-pop is far from the only Korean cultural phenomenon that Americans have embraced in recent years. According to the food analytics company Spoonshot, interest in Korean cuisine rose nearly 90% in...
From the extreme temperatures to the lack of oxygen, gravity, and pressure, outer space is incredibly hostile to human life. It takes years of preparation and safety tests to get humans into space,...
As far back as Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt, kings, believed to be divinely appointed, ruled society. Ancient monarchies and dynasties often bequeathed the crown patrilineally, or through male...
What’s better than a pumpkin spice latte and unlikely to go out of fashion? Autumn foliage. Nearly every state goes through a dramatic, multicolored transformation as temperatures drop in the fall....
The 1960s was a groundbreaking decade in American television. Nearly 90% of households owned a TV by 1960, ushering in the end of the Golden Age of Radio. Instead, evening television programming...
Since 1930, when President Herbert Hoover created the Veterans Administration (now called the Department of Veterans Affairs) the VA has provided medical services for veterans who have been honorably...
Many of America’s most famous national parks – including major bucket list parks out west, like Grand Teton, Glacier, Yellowstone, and Arches – saw record visitation numbers in 2021....
In 1997, chef and icon Larry Forgione, whom some have called “the Godfather of American cuisine,” opened a steakhouse in Manhattan called the Grill Room. He saw such success that he started plans...
There’s nothing quite like the smell of freshly baked bread. Walking into a bakery can cause a pleasing sensory overload, with the aroma of browning crusts, buttery pastries, and toasted seeds...
As fans eagerly await the release of Martin Scorsese’s latest film, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” set to debut in 2023, it may be time to revisit the catalog of one of the best filmmakers of...
Journalism, at its best, is an ethical vehicle for relaying facts and revealing the truth. Films about journalism can highlight the struggles that reporters go through to bring their work to light....
Tattoos have become increasingly prevalent in the last decade. According to a 2019 poll by Ipsos, 30% of Americans have at least one tattoo. That’s up from 21% in 2012. While popular tattoo...
The pandemic caused board game sales to boom. According to Euromonitor, the global games and puzzles market increased almost $1 billion in value in 2020, compared to 2019. In the U.S. alone, retail...