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Several times a week, the Earth Eats staff brings you the latest news about local food and sustainability. We also share our favorite recipes and cooking tips and tricks for you to to try at home.

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A Little Bit Of Spain In Iowa

Diana Bauman created A Little Bit of Spain in Iowa to preserve her family’s traditional Spanish recipes. She is an advocate of our local foods movement and spends her time urban homesteading and blogging about whole (REAL) foods.

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Alex Lopez: The Food Diva

Alex Lopez, The Food Diva, has spiced up the culinary scene in San Francisco, Chicago and Florida. On Earth Eats and on her blog “From Farm to Fancy” she writes about seasonal ingredients and how to put them to use in the kitchen.

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Alex Smith

Alex Smith is an Earth Eats contributor and student of sustainable agriculture writing about sustainable farming practices and community gardens.

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Amy Jeanroy

Amy Jeanroy lives on a small family farm in Nebraska where she and her family raise organic produce, milk, eggs and meat for sale. Amy is a freelance writer on gardening and green living topics, with a frugal touch.

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Celebrate Green

Lynn Colwell and Corey Colwell-Lipson are mother-daughter lifestyle experts and authors who write about eco-friendly holiday parties for Earth Eats and on their blog, CelebrateGreen.net.

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Clara Moore

Clara Moore is a chef from St. Louis finding her way in Seattle, one plate of food at a time. She lives in a cedar cabin in the woods and cooks at home a lot more now than ever before. Follow her cooking adventures on her website.

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Dianne Vennetta

Dianne is an author, entrepreneur, and mother. She writes the blog BloominThyme and volunteers as garden coordinator for her children’s school garden. At the end of the day, if she can inspire someone to stop and smell the roses (or rosemary), kiss their child and husband goodnight, be kind to a neighbor and Mother Earth, then she’s done all right.

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Eating IN

Sarah Kaiser shares her favorite recipes and food experiences in central Indiana on her food blog, Eating IN.

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Heather Tallman

Heather Tallman is a Bloomington native, freelance writer and mother to 2 busy boys. She is also a food writer for her local newspaper as well as the creator of Basilmomma, a cooking blog. She writes about her culinary hits and misses and all of the life that goes along with it. Her goal is to create fast, fresh and family-friendly meals that teach her children and others that creating meals from farm to table is not only attainable but easier than you think.

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Helen Kopp

Helen Kopp grew up on a small farm in rural Georgia, where she developed her appreciation for whole plant foods and simplicity. She loves sharing the healthy side of Southern cuisine.

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Jana Wilson

Jana Wilson lives on 20 acres just outside of Bloomington, IN and writes her blog, The Armchair Homesteader. In addition to the chickens, she has ducks and a border collie named Winnie who helps her with her various efforts at becoming more self-sufficient.

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Natalie DeWitt

Natalie DeWitt has lived in Bloomington for almost 10 years. She has degrees from Indiana University in Secondary Health Education, School and College Health Programs, and she is now a 3rd year PhD student minoring in food studies. Her primary research areas focus on virtual food, food identities, and school food environments. She is a self taught baker and cook who eats locally and seasonally as much as possible.

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Natalie Rae Good

Natalie Rae Good is a Brooklyn based artist, musician and food blogger. She is committed to sharing wholesome, cruelty-free food and blogs her recipes, photos and ideas at http://theveganette.blogspot.com.

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Nicole Henderson

Nicole Henderson is a regular contributor to Earth Eats blogging about her journey raising her two children to make informed eating decisions.

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Rama Cousik

Rama Cousik grew up in India, watching and helping her mom cook. The taste, the texture, and the way she feels when she eats seasonal vegetables and fruits are indescribable. Hence, no matter where she lives, the idea of seasonal food is an essential part of her food philosophy.

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Sara Conrad

Sara Conrad is an eternal student. Currently studying Tibetan Culture at Indiana University, she loves to cook with fresh, organic, vegetarian ingredients – but also has never turned down fake mashed potatoes in a buffet line.

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Stephanie Weaver

Stephanie Weaver loves taking recipes and remaking them with healthier ingredients. She has been gluten-free for about five years and (mostly) sugar-free for even longer. This transplanted Midwesterner now living in San Diego, California earned her Master’s degree in public health in nutrition education from the University of Illinois. She is saving the world one naughty recipe at a time on her blog Recipe Renovator.

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Yvonne Maffei

Yvonne Maffei, M.A., is a culinary educator and the founder and Editor of My Halal Kitchen, a halal food and cooking blog showcasing culinary tips and healthy halal recipes. She is also a regular contributor to Indiana Public Media’s Muslim Voices project.

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Earth Eats is always on the lookout for new bloggers and regular contributors to write guest posts or recurring columns on topics around local food and sustainability.

Ideally, we’re looking for people who have a strong writing background and/or previous experience blogging and who are passionate about food and the environment.

If you’re interested in becoming an Earth Eats contributor send us a short note using the form below and tell us a bit about yourself and what specific topics you would be interested in writing about.

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