freelance happenings

I’m pretty excited about a story assignment I got today from Edible Boston Magazine (“Celebrating the Abundance of Local Foods, Season by Season”).  It’s a feature on a family-owned, local organic farm south of Boston that utilizes solely local high school and college students as labor during the summer.  A NYT article last week details the trend among some college students of using their summers to work on farms, change food policies, and escape the rigors of academia. Take a look if you have a chance.  My article is for the Fall Issue, so I hope to keep you posted on the blog as I visit the farm and do the reporting this summer.

Also, check out this piece I wrote for sojourners’ God’s Politics blog on gardening, posted today.

If anyone knows of additional writing opportunities (journalistic, marketing, Web, print, whatever), feel free to send them my way. (steve [at] thebostonwriter [dot] com)


2 responses to this post.

  1. Awesome to hear about the new opportunities. (And the new site design)
    Keep up the good work Steve


  2. Posted by drg02b on June 2, 2009 at 9:42 pm

    Your website theme looks “organic.”


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