Life Up North
One thing leads to another. So, after Susan left the Detroit Free Press in 2008, in between traveling, studying the night sky, reading poetry and lingering longer each morning at her hometown bakery, she began writing about food and agriculture.
Many of those stories have found a welcoming home in Edible Grande Traverse, a publication that focuses on Northern Michigan's growing reputation as a mecca for foodies. In Spring 2010 Susan explored the story of seven neighbors in rural Northern Michigan who cooperatively grow chickens. Click on the title of the article to learn more about how these neighbors work together.
Click on the links below to read three of Susan's other Edible Grande Traverse articles.