Kathleen Willcox, Author at Modern Farmer
Women Are Reclaiming Their Hunting Heritage

On a recent 48-degree spring morning, I left my warm bed well before dawn to... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
June 3, 2024
How Does Food Get Delivered to Hungry People in Conflict Zones?

In 1948, it was a heady, idealistic time. Following World War II, many countries found... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
March 26, 2024
If Montreal Can Feed Itself Year-Round, More Cities Can

It’s (relatively) easy to eat local in California, where pomegranates, apricots, cherries, persimmons, figs, citrus,... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
March 13, 2024
Climate Change Is Coming for Your Favorite Condiments

The hurricanes, floods, droughts and wildfires linked to human-caused rises in global temperatures and changing... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
February 27, 2024
How Diverse is the Wine Industry Now?

When you look at the totality of people on a vineyard, the people who care... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
December 14, 2023
As Climate Change Endangers Wild Truffles, US Producers Try Cultivation Instead

Truffles are the culinary equivalent of a diamond. Vertiginously expensive, out of reach for many,... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
November 9, 2023
Scouting Out Eco-Friendly Drinks in a Sea of Greenwashing

Taking responsibility for an epidemic of climate disasters is something no individual can or should... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
October 25, 2023
Farm-to-Table Doesn’t Always Mean Farm-to-Glass

When Charlie Marshall opened his New York City restaurant, The Marshal, in 2013, he was... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
September 13, 2023
Entrepreneurs on Opposite Coasts Make Fish-Friendly Booze

Life without food is impossible, and life without beer and wine is pretty unappealing. But... (more)

Kathleen Willcox
October 12, 2019
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