Gosia Wozniacka is a multi-lingual, award-winning reporter, photographer, and multimedia producer. She's currently a senior reporter for Civil Eats. Previously, she worked as a staff reporter for The Associated Press in the U.S. She also shot photos and video for the AP. Wozniacka specializes in reporting about social issues, immigration policy, Latinos and other immigrants and refugees, as well as agriculture and environmental issues.
Articles by this author
Sunday, October 13, 2019
A New Bill Could Help Protect the Sacred Seeds of Indigenous People
Clayton Brascoupé has farmed in the red-brown foothills of New Mexico's Sangre de Cristo Mountains for more than 45 years. A Mohawk-Anishnaabe originally from a New York reservation, Brascoupé married into the Pueblo of Tesuque tribe and has since planted at least 60 varieties of corns, beans, squashes, and other heirloom crops grown for millennia by the area's Native Americans.