Lindsey Rieck
Title: Marketing Assistant

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Lindsey developed a love for the environment at a young age from going on long hikes with her family. After graduating from Western Washington University with a BA in Environmental Studies and a minor in communications, Lindsey spent a year as an AmeriCorps Food Educator at Common Threads Farm. As a Food Educator, she developed a deep love for organic gardening and environmental education. Lindsey enjoys watching nature and cooking documentaries, painting with acrylics, and patio gardening.

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Self care body oil
May 11, 2021

GMOs and Clean Beauty Products— Looking for the Butterfly in Cosmetics and Skincare

As more people than ever turn their attention to what they put into their bodies, an increasing number of shoppers are thinking twice about what they put onto their bodies. Clean beauty labels have gained traction in some of the country’s largest personal care retailers, with brands producing natural soaps, moisturizers, shampoos and more to… » Read more

Beyond Burger Plant-Based Patty
January 6, 2021

Navigating Meat Alternatives

In the past few years, new plant-based meat alternatives have inundated the market. These products resemble meat, but contain no actual animal tissue. They are created with plant-derived ingredients like soy or pea protein. With as many as a quarter of North American millennials describing themselves as vegetarians or vegans, and plant-based diets on the… » Read more

Apple tree
October 29, 2019

GMO Apples: An apple a day may not brown right away

It’s lunchtime at your local supermarket and like many people, you head to the convenient grab-and-go aisle. Maybe you want to add fruit to your meal so you pick up a package of pre-sliced apples with a little snowflake sticker. These apples show not a single sign of damage or any brown discoloration marks. It… » Read more