Brian HalweilBrian Halweil (born 1975) is an American sustainable food writer and researcher. He is the publisher and editor-in-chief of ''Edible East End'', ''Edible Brooklyn'', ''Edible Manhattan'' and ''Edible Long Island'' magazines, devoted to chronicling the food communities in and around New York City. Previously, Halweil was a senior fellow at the Worldwatch Institute, where his work focused on organic farming, biotechnology, hunger, seafood and rural communities.
His writing has been published in ''Washington Post'', ''New York Times'', ''Los Angeles Times'', ''San Francisco Chronicle'', ''Christian Science Monitor'', and ''International Herald Tribune'', among others. In 2015, Halweil was named a "40 Under 40" Business Leader by ''Long Island Business News'' for his commitment to the local community and the local food movements.
Halweil has traveled and lived in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, and East Africa learning indigenous farming techniques and promoting sustainable food production. He currently lives in Sag Harbor, NY, where he and his family keep a home garden and orchard, and raise ducks and oysters. Provided by Wikipedia
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