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The New York Times
The New York Times, Food June 26, 2015 Dr. Annie Hauck-Lawson was quoted in The New York Times, Food article: "Fire Roasted Potatoes, Brooklyn Style"
Everyday with Rachael Ray
June 2015 Brooklyn Mompost was featured in the June 2015 issue of Everyday with Rachael Ray Magazine.
NYC Vegetarian Food Festival 2015
March 15, 2015 Brooklyn Mompost presented: Worms Do Wonders: Kitchen Scraps Turn Into ‘Black Gold’ for the Garden! at the annual NYC Vegetarian Food Festival 2015
Brisket King NYC 2015
March 16, 2015 Brooklyn Mompost had a table at the annual Brisket King NYC 2015. Brooklyn Mompost was honored to crown the Brisket King 2015 winners Hometwon BBQ with our handmade crowns!
Kid's Food Festival 2015
March 1, 2015 Brooklyn Mompost presented: From the Kitchen to the Garden at the annual Kid's Food Festival 2015
Edible Brooklyn Magazine
February 5, 2015 The Brooklyn Mompost Workshop: "Brewing Kombucha Tea with Valentine Botanicals" was covered in Edible Brooklyn magazine
Brooklyn Grange Holiday Market 2014
December 13, 2014 Brooklyn Mompost was featured at Brooklyn Grange Holiday Market, 2014.
The Many Shades of Green BBBOX Radio
October 22 / 24 / 26 / 28, 2014 The Many Shades of Green, BBOX Radio interviewed Dr. Annie Hauck Lawson on founding Brooklyn Mompost.
The Wave Newspaper
May 5, 2011 KidsmART, Renewal And ‘Black Gold’ Hauck had been asked by a member of the community garden at Fort Tilden to help with the design and construction of a compost bin. Indeed, they were able to gather discarded and, what Hauck calls, “repurposed” materials for the bin construction, in yet another ode to recycling, so that the entire three-bin system cost about $2.00.
Gastropolis: Food and New York City
Columbia University Press, November 2008 With Annie Hauck-Lawson's own chapter, ‘My Little Town: A Brooklyn Girl’s Food Voice’, Eats.com cited the “beautiful recollections of her Brooklyn upbringing … foraging for chives in Prospect Park, fishing along the Brooklyn coast, and keeping bees. Her account is striking in her family’s relentless passion for Brooklyn’s own resources, exemplifying a local sustainable existence long before the term was coined.”