|Gail Nickel-Kailing: Editor/Co-Publisher
Gail mixes her food and retail experience with her business expertise at GoodFood World. She is not only co-publisher of the site, but she also operates Green Business Strategies, a consulting service for small to medium-sized businesses.
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|Ken Kailing: Editor/Co-Publisher
Ken grew up on a model Rodale organic farm outside Minneapolis and brings his experience working on farms and ranches around the world. Ken is co-publisher of GoodFood World and also provides eco-system-based farm landscape planning.
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|Ina Denburg: Health and Wellness
Ina is a Lifestyle Coach and Wellness Educator who has lived and worked on the path of health and wellness for 30 years. She is passionate about wellness, her practice, continuumLiving, is devoted to helping others discover, define and live it for themselves – at home, at work, and in school.
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|Kate McLean: Good Food on a Budget
Kate learned to cook at home as a kid, but fell in love with food while working at various bakeries and coffee shops throughout college.
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|Lea McEvilly: Farm Talk
Lea is an avid reader, gardener, tree planter, bird watcher, conservationist, some time poet, mentor, erstwhile shepherdess, and a passionate lover of animals, just causes, and the good earth!
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|Nicholas Parkinson: Global Food Systems
Nicholas is an NGO writer based in Liberia. He specializes in NGO documentation and communications and teaches local writers how to create attention grabbing stories for their NGOs.
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|Laura Zera: Travel, Diversity and Food Culture
Laura is an author and world traveler who has visited more than 50 countries. She writes about travel and food culture around the world.
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|Susan W. Clark: Sustainability
Susan explores innovative approaches to developing local food systems and related management, health, and regulatory issues.
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|Christopher Kailing: Land Use and Planning
Christopher is a proponent of eco-functional density, bikeable and walkable communities, urban agriculture, and smart growth and has a special proclivity for growing food.
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