Sabrina Endicott
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Sabrina is a recent graduate from the University of San Francisco with a major in Environmental Studies and an emphasis in Sustainable Agriculture. While at university, she studied abroad in Italy, living and working on a sustainable vineyard and olive farm. Her passion for food and the environment has given her the opportunity to work in many sectors such as marine science, air pollution, and urban farming. Sabrina spends her  time creating plant based recipes for her friends and family to enjoy, doing yoga, and being outdoors. Her favorite things to bake are chocolate chip cookies

Net-Zero Emissions Future in Latin America and the Caribbean Offers Jobs

A recent report finds that Latin America and the Caribbean can create 19 million net jobs in plant-based agriculture by 2030 with a decarbonized economy.

Reclaiming Mafia Assets for the Common Good

Libera Terra, born out of Italian anti-mafia legislation, works to reestablish confiscated Mafia assets and farmland to create socially just sustainable communities.

How Food Systems Can Reverse Climate Change

On “Food Talk with Dani Nierenberg” Dani talks about the impacts of the climate change and the ways we can change the food system to improve the environment.

Agriculture Subsidies Can Fight Climate Change and Protect Food Security, According to World Bank

Agriculture subsidies have the potential to fund conservation efforts that mitigate climate change and increase food security, according to a new report.

How a Land Trust in Iowa is Combatting Big Ag

The Sustainable Iowa Land Trust secures affordable land for farmers so they can grow food sustainably for generations to come.

Building Community and Sustainable Food Systems in Bayview, CA

A new urban farm in Bayview-Hunters Point is working with the community to address food security and climate change.

Entrepreneurs and Investors Discuss Uplifting Black Food Businesses

At J.E.D.I’s and Food Funded’s keynote speaker event, they address systemic challenges for Black people to build and fund their business.

Health of U.S. Farm Workers During COVID-19

COVID-19 is exacerbating challenges faced by farmworkers. The National Center for Farmworkers Health and other healthcare centers are trying to help them stay safe.

New England Lobster Fisheries Dip into Aquaculture

Lobsterers are expanding into kelp farming to increase resilience in the face of climate change.

How COVID-19 is Affecting Refugees

Organizations find ways to support food security to refugees during COVID-19 lockdowns.