Journalist Brooke Jarvis has written for Yes! magazine, The California Sunday Magazine, National Geographic, Pacific Standard Magazine, Audubon Magazine, Bloomberg Businessweek, OnEarth Magazine, Al Jazeera America, RollingStone.com, NBCNews.com, The Washington Post, Mental_Floss, Aeon Magazine, Seattle Met Magazine, NOVA Next, The Verge, Sierra Magazine, Ensia Magazine, TheAtlantic.com, Salon.com, Orion Magazine, Grist, and Yale Environment 360. Her story "The Deepest Dig" was included in The Best American Science and Nature Writing, 2015. A 2015 Alicia Patterson Foundation fellow, her work has also been supported by the Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism and the Northwest Science Writers Association and has been featured by Longreads.com, Longform.org, and APM's Marketplace. Her ebook When We Are Called to Part, about the final days of a remote leprosy settlement in Hawai'i, was published by The Atavist.
Growing Local: Interview with BALLE’s Michelle Long
Bellingham, Washingon is the nation's leader in community green power, was named the number one small city in the nation in urban progress toward sustainability, and is home to businesses, consumers, and government programs that make creating a "local living...