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

Oh the divisiveness of brunch. Scorned by some as a symbol of opulence, a vulgar display of excess in an increasingly inequitable world, this hearty late breakfast is adored by its devotees and has...
Invented as a way to conveniently encase and transport cooked meat, pie can be thought of as the original tupperware, and was enjoyed by ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Pie came to the New...
In 2020, the highest-grossing movie in the U.S. — the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence action comedy “Bad Boys for Life” — was rated R. Since 1968, when the Motion Picture Association...
Who wouldn’t enjoy loafing at a private woodland retreat on a serene lake, surrounded by pine trees and a chorus of birdsong? Or relaxing in a hot tub while listening to the sounds of a babbling...
Every year, the film industry rakes in billions at the box office. In 2019, the global movie ticket sales amounted to $42.2 billion, according to a report by the Motion Picture Association. In the...
Considering that more than three-quarters of new TV shows are cancelled after only one season, series that have beaten the odds and gone on for decades are a rarity. But a handful of prime-time shows...
Working outdoors no doubt has its perks; access to fresh air, sunshine, and nature makes many outdoor jobs enticing. The reality of outdoor work, however, is often harsher than one might imagine....
One of the most iconic landmarks in the United States, the Statue of Liberty towers 305 feet above Liberty Island in the New York Harbor. Before Lady Liberty — built by the French over the...
Science fiction is an often undervalued genre, considered lowbrow by many. Why distract oneself with films about aliens or killer robots when there are higher art forms to absorb? A good answer might...
As long as there have been motion pictures, there have been horror films. The genre has gone through numerous evolutions since the first three-minute horror short, “Le Manoir du Diable” (“The...
In 2020, the highest-grossing movie in the U.S. — the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence action comedy “Bad Boys for Life” — was rated R. Since 1968, when the Motion Picture Association...
After a year of travel restrictions, people are taking advantage of their newfound freedom and are eager to embark on new adventures. Some evidence of that are the overcrowded national parks, which...
Is rock and roll dead? Maybe…or perhaps it has evolved into something altogether incomparable to what it was in the 1960s. If popular albums can represent the voice of a generation, then taking...
In 2020, the highest-grossing movie in the U.S. — the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence action comedy “Bad Boys for Life” — was rated R. Since 1968, when the Motion Picture Association...