Thursday, November 21, 2019
Library of Congress, Here I Come!
Well, actually, it's not just me.
The Library of Congress, which officially serves the U.S. Congress and is the de facto national library of the U.S., is the oldest federal cultural institution in the country and preserves important “cultural artifacts” by providing permanent public access to them. It has selected Civil Eats, an online news source for critical thought about the American food system, for inclusion in the Library’s historic collection of Internet materials related to the Food and Foodways Web Archive.
Which means that the articles I've written for Civil Eats about the food system of the Pacific Northwest—profiling farmers, ranchers and labor activists, and covering farmers' markets, industrial agriculture and other issues—will be included in this permanent archive along with the work of many of my food journalism heroes.
I'm pretty jazzed!
It's been an honor to write for Civil Eats, and I'm thrilled that the Library of Congress concluded that Civil Eats' 10 years of quality food journalism was worthy of inclusion in the Library's permanent collection!ReplyDelete