Hannah Wallace is a Portland-based journalist who writes about food politics, sustainable agriculture, integrative medicine, and travel. She writes for the New York Times, Vogue, Portland Monthly, Spirit (Southwest Airline's magazine), and Bon Appétit and her articles and book reviews have appeared in O: the Oprah Magazine, Imbibe, T: Style, Travel + Leisure, Monocle, Salon, and the Los Angeles Times. She is the food and agriculture blogger at Oregon Business Magazine and a contributing writer at CivilEats.com.

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