Meg Wilcox

Meg Wilcox is an independent environmental journalist based in Boston. She covers agriculture and food, environmental health, and sustainability innovation. Her articles have appeared in the Boston Globe, Scientific American, Ensia, Smithsonian Magazine, Salon, Environmental Health News, Civil Eats, GreenBiz and more.

Pre-Pesticides, Pro-Farmer: The Rise of Agroecology

6 min read

One part ancient practices, one part worker justice, a new-old way of farming is adapting agriculture for an uncertain world.

How Big Food Companies Are Greening the Farms That Supply Them

8 min read

Encouraging their suppliers to practice more sustainable farming is increasingly seen by major food brands as a way to fulfill their climate promises.

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