Bridget Huber writes and makes radio stories about food systems, the environment, global health and social issues. Her work has been published and broadcast by The Lancet, Public Radio International, Mother Jones, The New York Times, The Nation and Lucky Peach, among others. She is based in the Bay Area. While at Mesa Refuge, she worked on two projects—how Mexicans are responding to the widespread violence in their country and a project looking at climate change, biodiversity and plant breeding. She is the Michael Pollan Journalism Fellow for 2017.