Mitch Anderson has been working in the fields of journalism, photography, human rights, and environmental activism since graduating from UC Berkeley in 2003. Currently he is the Corporate Campaigns Director at the environmental and human rights organization Amazon Watch. He lives in the Mission District of San Francisco.
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Monday, April 25, 2011
Sewage Sludge, Celebrities and School Gardens
"Fall is my favorite season in Los Angeles, watching the birds change color and fall from the trees." -- David Letterman I have a strange little story to tell. It involves sewage sludge, celebrities and school gardens. It is set in the City of Angels, naturally. This story has several characters, which we can lump into two basic categories: the children and the adults. The children are the most important, and as always, are innocent and have virtually no say in the outcome of the story. They are the ones in the garden.