- Brian Halweil was founder of Edible magazines in NYC, Long Island, and Memphis.
- He's the commercial director of Belltown Farms, a regenerative farming operation that runs 10,000 acres.
- Halweil has worked at numerous food-focused non-profits, like Slow Food, Food Lab at Stony Brook-Southampton, and The Food Think Tank.
Brian Halweil created a student-run farm while studying at Stanford University. He was inspired to become involved with food and agriculture after hearing ecologist Paul Ehrlich say that farming was the most significant way humans impact the planet.
He's been involved in a number of non-profits focused on food, sustainability, and agriculture, like the Worldwatch Institute, Slow Food, and the Food Think Tank. Halweil was the founder of Edible magazines in New York, Long Island, and Memphis.
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