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.)

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

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

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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)

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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)

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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. As our climate crisis intensifies, everything old is new again, it seems.