Twilight Greenaway has been writing and editing for the web since 2000. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, The Salt (NPR's food blog), the Guardian, the Bay Citizen, Food & Wine, Slate, Mother Jones, Gastronomica, Modern Farmer, TakePart, and on Grist, where she served as the food editor from 2011 - 2012. She also served as the managing editor of CivilEats.com from 2014 -2016, and is now a contributing editor for the site.
In addition to writing articles, Twilight has worked as a contract editor, researcher, and consultant for nonprofit and for-profit clients. She has spoken on panels and performed live interviews for Farm Tank (see interview below), SPUR, Bioneers, Open Restaurant, and others. She was also the 2012 recipient of the Les Dames D'Esoffier San Francisco Chapter Karola Saekel Craib Excellence In Food Journalism Fellowship.
Raised on an organic farm in Kona, Hawaii, Twilight decided to make sustainable food and agriculture her focus in 2006. To that end, she has interviewed dozens of farmers, food producers, advocates, and policymakers in the last several years. She was also lucky to get to know a number of amazing farmers and food artisans during the three years she spent working for The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA), the nonprofit behind the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco.