Media

46796337402_5ce85c83a6_o-5Granted, most of the media coverage written by other journalists (see links below) about my work involved my years creating and leading urban agriculture efforts (during which time I was blogging at FoodShed Planet* and published a book named Food for My Daughters), but I was often Traveling at the Speed of Bike to these projects so here they are. (To see published articles for which I was the journalist, see here.)

Let’s Hear It for People with Dirty Hands (WhatGives365.com)

Green Ideals, as Well as Plants, Grow in Dunwoody (AJC)

People Who Turned Their Dreams into Reality (O: The Oprah Magazine)

Pattie Baker: Author of Food for My Daughters (IdeaMensch.com)

Sustainable Pattie Helps Community Gardens Grow (Reporter newspaper)

Urban Farmer Pattie Baker Encourages Community Gardening (Atlanta Intown newspaper)

Pear Harvest for Charity in the Heart of Dunwoody (Patch.com)

Oprah Discovers Dunwoody’s Pattie Baker (Patch.com)

Pattie Baker Talking about Public Produce (Southeast Green)

Relay Atlanta Spotlight: Pattie Baker (RelayBikeshare.com)

* You can see the old content at that link but I let the custom URL go and thus most of the links within blog posts no longer work. I do have the content, however, if you are interested in anything in particular. That blog still gets thousands of page views a month, adding to its already well over a million views.