Grace Olmstead,

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  • The New York Times
  • Christianity Today
  • AmericanConservative
  • Washington Post
  • The Gospel Coalition

Past articles by Grace:

Living Like Perennials

This is what living like a perennial should look like: having an attitude of longevity and love that fights against the consumerism of our age → Read More

Opinion | My Great-Grandfather Knew How to Fix America’s Food System

In the mutual aid and stewardship of an earlier generation of American farmers, there might be hope for our own communities. → Read More

How to Be Pro-Life in Our Real Lives

The Christian call to care for the vulnerable starts with facing the heightened needs in our own communities. → Read More

The Dignity and Grit of the Appalachian Hill Women

These are the stories about rural American regions we should be telling, with people and places worth emulating. → Read More

How de Tocqueville Saw Us in Crisis: Praiseworthy and Dangerous

We need solidarity and a common good now, not just liberal individualism. We're indebted to each other. → Read More

Our Monoculture Food Supply is a Potential Coronavirus Calamity

The highly consolidated system is fragile, and this is where local farming can step in. → Read More

Farming Isn't an Information Age Skill

Michael Bloomberg's ignorance of the craft is dead wrong, but his detractors miss something too. → Read More

How Political Parties Kill Our Commitment to the Good

Simeone Weil and Wendell Berry were right: there are ways to live a dedicated life without fealty to a label. → Read More

In Defense of Childhood Boredom

In a capitalist world that emphasizes efficiency, we've forgotten how to just be alone with ourselves. → Read More

'Impossible Whopper' Shouldn't Replace Your Hamburger

The meat industry is destructive, yes, but getting rid of animal husbandry altogether would kill the land. → Read More

The Best Books of 2019

A TAC author looks back at the year's finest reads on place, faith, and community. → Read More

Millennials Are Finding Religion, But Not at Church

Young Americans in search of meaning and fulfillment are finding it in other 'faiths.' → Read More

Trump Wants to Take From the Poor and Give to the Wealthy

The administration’s food stamp cuts expose the cruel truth of Republican hypocrisy. → Read More

Our Schools Can’t Solve the Problems of Our Rigid Workweek

Parents need better options for after-school care, but longer school days may not be the answer. → Read More

The Forgotten Treasure In Western Land

Will the arid West’s farms and settlements thrive for another century? Not if we don't take seriously John Wesley Powell's ideas. → Read More

Don’t Let Climate Change Stop You From Becoming a Parent

Yes, you should have children. And you should raise them to use their talents for the planet’s good. → Read More

Feasting Even During Ordinary Time

We've lost the cultural rhythms that come from a calendar of feasts—and the wonderful pleasures that they afford. → Read More

Parents Need Villages, Not Just Public Policies

American families are floundering for support. The church is a great place to start. → Read More

Seeding Control to Big Ag

Four firms now dominate the seed industry, diminishing diversity, crushing competition, and risking ecological disaster. → Read More

The Women’s March has always been divisive. Here’s how we can fix that.

Celebrity and controversy have overshadowed its central message — but we can still find common ground. → Read More