Getting down to the core of an issue has always been a fascination of mine. Stripping away layer after layer until you find the root. Once there you can build back outwards, to hopefully find a better solution to your original problem. When asked what has influenced me on my journey though my agricultural education, I really thought what is at the center of it all? It hit me that it wasn’t food itself, but rather my parents that have had the greatest impact on me. They are the ones who first introduced me to food, and fueled my passion. They have been my biggest cheerleaders when I decided to shift my studies towards agriculture, and have been there to support me every step of the way.
Having just graduated from undergrad, and getting ready to complete my maters degree next fall, this summer has been all about thinking about and planning for my future. For my final podcast project I have decided to interview some young women in the food industry business, and through their experiences, I hope this podcast will […]
Union Kitchen has its thumb in many different pies of the DC food system. One aspect of the company, and my personal favorite, is the Union Kitchen Grocery. The Grocery is a quaint little corner store located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. A second location is due to open in the early fall months. To […]