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

Waiter serving a large buffet table full of delicious food. Unrecognizable Caucasian male, professional in white apron and uniform. Remember when some iceberg lettuce — maybe with some shredded...
Oh, the days when it was socially acceptable to eat pure sugar in ice cold milk for breakfast. For those of us who grew up on breakfast cereal, the nostalgia runs deep for our old favorites,...
Imagine what went through the mind of the first person to gaze upon the Grand Canyon. Many natural wonders existed long before humankind ever laid eyes on them, and many are probably yet to be...
In 1896, the highest peak in North America was named Mount McKinley after presidential candidate William McKinley, who’d never once set foot in Alaska. There was only one problem — the...
Got kale? There’s more than one way to build strong bones. As we age, we are at higher risk of bone loss, but having healthy, strong bones is important at any age. Luckily, a healthy diet full of...
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with lockdowns and restrictions on eating out, many people have inevitably found new home-bound hobbies to keep themselves busy. While some have made it their...
Is there a shaker of Goya Adobo seasoning on your kitchen counter? How about a butter container full of leftovers in the fridge? There are some things that only people raised in a Latino family will...
Got kale? There’s more than one way to build strong bones. As we age, we are at higher risk of bone loss, but having healthy, strong bones is important at any age. Luckily, a healthy diet full of...
Oh, the days when it was socially acceptable to eat pure sugar in ice cold milk for breakfast. For those of us who grew up on breakfast cereal, the nostalgia runs deep for our old favorites,...
Oh, the days when it was socially acceptable to eat pure sugar in ice cold milk for breakfast. For those of us who grew up on breakfast cereal, the nostalgia runs deep for our old favorites,...
Spending as much time as possible outdoors has become synonymous with staying healthy, especially in the age of COVID-19 (as Americans are being urged to exercise out in the open air to prevent...
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, with lockdowns and restrictions on eating out, many people have inevitably found new home-bound hobbies to keep themselves busy. While some have made it their...
Due to coronavirus-related worldwide travel restrictions, this summer’s big trip may have to be a domestic one. In order to avoid crowds and maintain social distance, spending time in nature may be...
It has been just over a year since the first day that gay and lesbian couples in Taiwan, the first legislation legalizing same-sex marriage in any Asian country, could register to marry. Since then,...
It has been almost a year since the first day that gay and lesbian couples in Taiwan, the first legislation legalizing same-sex marriage in any Asian country, could register to marry. Since then, two...