A permaculture practitioner and researcher, Christine strongly believes in using the art of storytelling for social change. She now manages a small urban farm where she grows and preserves a year round garden.
She was one of the first contributors for Agronomag, providing coverage on a variety of topics, from crop cultivation and organic gardening practices to livestock care, news and agricultural events.
Christine has over a decade of experience in writing, with her expertise extending across several domains of farming and gardening. For instance, she's well-versed in hydroponics, a testament to her adaptability and curiosity in innovative farming methods. But she can also write about timeless agricultural practices or garden design.
Her diverse skill set is not just limited to agriculture and gardening. Christine's background in editing, writing, and researching across various sectors, including sustainable landscaping, houseplant care, backyard makeovers or urban farming adds depth to her understanding of our audience, making her an excellent contributor to Agronomag.
Christine has a BA degree in agricultural journalism from Purdue University.
EXPERTISE: Organic Gardening, Urban Farming, Poultry Management, Agri Business
EDUCATION: Purdue University
LOCATION: Princeton, Indiana
TITLE: Freelance Contributor
Founded in late 2016, Agronomag quickly became the go-to source for some of the most inspiring and practical insights in the world of farming and agriculture. We now help more than 60,000 people every month find the information they need, from sustainable farming practices to timeless techniques, for small-scale family farms and advanced agribusinesses. Learn more about us and our editorial process.