The Groundbreakers, Evolvers, and New Guardians: Growing Maine Farms

One of my favorite projects each year is to photograph local farms for Maine Farmland Trust's annual journal. It's a collaboration between the farms, design group Might & Main, Maine Farmland Trust, and Maine-based writers and photographers. This year, I documented the way local farms are scaling up in size to increase production or reach larger markets. The story was written by talented writer Melissa Coleman, and the three featured farms are Lakeside Family Farm, Fishbowl Farm, and North Star Sheep Farm. 

All images © Greta Rybus for Maine Farmland Trust

The Lost Kitchen for the Boston Globe

It's not easy to get a reservation at the Lost Kitchen. Reservations are managed by an annual lottery system: call at midnight on April 1, and you might get a table for the coming season. Chef Erin French's meals are legendary not only for their flavor and artistry, but their sense of intimacy. In today's Sunday (front page!) of the Boston Globe, a beautiful article by food writer Devra First on the legend-like story of the Lost Kitchen. 

Images © Greta Rybus for the Boston Globe

Slowing Down in Belize

Finding time to read, rest, and explore in Belize. Images are from the Garifuna community of Hopkins and a tiny, off-the-grid caye in Glover's Atoll. 

All image © Greta Rybus

LL Bean for Boston Magazine

Behind the scenes at LL Bean's boot factory, archives, and product-testing lab photographed for Boston Magazine. The article investigated the company's reaction and response to post-election controversy. 

See the full article here
All images © Greta Rybus for Boston Magazine.