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Jill Richardson

OtherWords columnist Jill Richardson writes about food, agriculture, the environment, health, tolerance, and well-being. Currently pursuing a PhD in Sociology at University of Wisconsin-Madison, she’s the author of Recipe for America: Why Our Food System is Broken and What We Can Do to Fix It.

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Lose Your Lawn

Turning your lawn into something more beautiful and useful would save time and money while curbing pollution and water usage.

Another Side of the Immigration Debate

We reap the benefits of cheap farm and meatpacking labor in the form of low-priced food, thanks to the contributions of millions of undocumented workers.

A Better Way to Say I Love You

Most of the roses sold in the United States are grown in Colombia and Ecuador, where they are doused with toxic pesticides.

Coke Still Needs to Get Real

The soda giant's slick campaign to make us think its products are getting healthier might change public perceptions — but it won’t make soda good for you.

Beyoncé’s Not-so-Super Move

Our president and first lady ought to reconsider their relationship with the popular singer now that she's becoming the face of PepsiCo.

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