Products: Food Production
Porter, C.M. (2018). "Growing our own: Characterizing food production strategies with five US community-based food justice organizations." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).
Porter, C.M. (2018). "What gardens grow: Outcomes from home and community gardens supported by community-based food justice organizations." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 8(Supp. 1).
Porter, C.M. (2018). "Learning Guide: Communities producing food." Webpage.
Daftary, S. [Food Dignity] (2017). "Urban Agriculture with Deep Roots." Online video. YouTube, 28 June 2017.
Gregory, M.M. (2017). "Enhancing urban food production, ecosystem services, and learning in community gardens through cover cropping and participatory action research." (Doctoral Dissertation). Horticulture Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Daftary, S., Porter, C.M. & Gervais, S. (2017). "What grows in East New York: a case study of East New York Farms! and examination of expectations of urban agriculture." In C. Bosso(Ed.), Feeding Cities: Improving Local Food Access, Security, and Sovereignty (pp. 95-112). New York: Earthscan/Routledge.
Porter, C.M. (2016). "Growing public health with gardens." Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual meeting. November 2, 2016. Denver, CO.
Porter, C.M. Wechsler, A., Arthur, M., Sutter, J., Sutter, V., Potter, E., Meyers, D. & Harris, N. (2016). "Gardening in Wind River Reservation for Growing Resilience and Food Dignity." Poster at First Annual Native American Nutrition Conference. September 26, 2016. Prior Lake, MN.
Lewis, E. (2016). "Why do gardeners grow? Perceived effects of home and community garden food production." (Master's Thesis). Division of Kinesiology & Health, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
Porter, C.M., McCrackin, P. & Naschold, F. (2015). "Minigrants for community health: a randomized controlled trial of their impact on family food gardening." Journal of Public Health Management & Practice, 22(4), 379-386.
Conk, S. & Porter, C.M. (2016). "More than a hobby: gardeners in Laramie, Wyoming produce and share nutritionally relevant quantities of food." American Journal of Public Health, 106(5), 854-856.
Daftary, S., Herrera, H. & Porter, C.M. (2015). "The unattainable trifecta of urban agriculture." Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 6(1) 19-32.
Gregory, M.M., T.W. Leslie, and Drinkwater, L.E. (2015). "Agroecological and socioeconomic characteristics of New York City community gardens: Contributions to urban food security, ecosystem services, and environmental education." Urban Ecosystems 19(2): 763-794. DOI 10.1007/s11252-015-0505-1.
Conk, S. (2015). "Quantifying Yields of Home and Community Gardens in Laramie, WY." (Master's Thesis). Division of Kinesiology & Health, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
Vigil, D. [StoryCenter] (2015). "An Agricultural Place by David Vigil of East New York Farms!, United Community Centers, Brooklyn, New York." Online video. YouTube, 8 July 2015.
Brangman, D. [StoryCenter] (2015). "Roots Rising, by Damon Brangman of Whole Community Project, Cornell Cooperative Extension-Tompkins County, Ithaca, New York." Online video. YouTube, 8 July 2015.
Potter, E. [StoryCenter] (2015). "Growing Gardens and Kids by Etheleen Potter of Blue Mountain Associates and Northern Arapaho Tribal Health." Online video. YouTube, 8 July 2015.
Daftary-Steel, S., Herrera, H., and Porter, C. (2015). "The Unattainable Trifecta of Urban Agriculture." Presentation at Feeding Cities: Ethical and Policy Issues in Urban Food Systems. March 2015. Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
Daftary-Steel, S. (2014). "Building a great farmers market." Practice brief.
(2013). Ithaca Garden Harvest Log Blog. Website.
(2011). The Garden Ecology Project: Growing Healthy Food, Environments, and Communities in NYC. Website.