Liz Reitzig

Food rights advocate, mother, writer, permaculturist
Liz is a business owner, writer, food rights and food security advocate, non-profit executive director, and, most importantly, single mom to 5 amazing human beings. She lives outside Washington. DC where she spends equal time working on food policy initiatives on Capitol Hill and gardening or teaching about permaculture. Liz is fascinated by the many ways connecting to the earth can help us heal, and build resilient communities. Food is the foundation for a workable world and thriving communities. Liz works hard every day to educate and make sure that people from every walk of life have access to clean food.
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Urban Agriculture–10 reasons it is great for YOUR community

by Liz Reitzig

Gratitude–Is It Seasonal?-

by Liz Reitzig

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