In addition to authoring several blogs (including Coffee & Conservation, Net Results, Urban Dragon Hunters, The Paper Family), here are some examples of my work in the popular press:
- Contributing Editor, BirdWatching Magazine (formerly Birder’s World), 1999 to 2020, author of regular column Since You Asked appearing in each issue. Since 1993, has also written numerous feature articles, including “The True Cost of Coffee,” “The Birds of Cuba” and species profiles such as “The Masked Predator.“
- Craves, Julie. 2016. “The Power of Organic Coffee.” SCAA Chronicle, Specialty Coffee Association.
- Craves, Julie. 2015. “Rainforest Alliance Coffee Certification May Soon Not Actually Require Shade Cover.” Daily Coffee News, Roast Magazine.
- Craves, Julie. 2015. “Starbucks Claims 99% ‘Ethically Sourced’ Coffee, But What Does That Even Mean?” Daily Coffee News, Roast Magazine.
- Contributor to Green Mountain Digital Audubon Guides blog, 2011-2012. (Archived samples here.)
- Craves, J.A. 2008. “Shrew party.” In The Open Laboratory, The Best Science Writing on Blogs 2007. R. A. Cartright, ed. Lulu Press, Chapel Hill, NC.
- Craves, Julie. 2007. “Shush and pish.” In Good Birders Don’t Wear White: 50 Tips from North America’s Top Birders. L. White, ed. Houghton-Mifflin, New York.
- Craves, J.A. 2007. “The little farter.” In The Open Laboratory, The Best Science Writing on Science Blogs 2006. B. Zivkovic, ed. Lulu Press, Chapel Hill, NC.
- Craves, J. A. 2007. The Birds of Dearborn, An Annotated Checklist. Rouge River Bird Observatory/Lulu Press.
- Bull, J. N., and J. A. Craves. 2003. Biodiversity of the Detroit River and Environs: Past, Present, and Future Prospects. Pp. 141-170 in Honoring Our Detroit River (J. H. Hartig, ed.). Bloomfield Hills: Cranbrook Inst. of Science.
- Craves, J.A. 1996. The Birds of Southeast Michigan: Dearborn, Wayne Co. Bloomfield Hills, MI: Cranbrook Inst. of Science.