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Publications

Our publications are listed below, in reverse chronological order.

  • Blue Mountain Associates, Sutter, V., Hargraves, M., & Denning, C. (2017). Blue Mountain Associates: Food Dignity project, a collaborative pathway model. View model here.

  • Dig Deep Farms, Neideffer, M., Hargraves, M., & Denning, C. (2017). Dig Deep Farms in its larger context, a collaborative pathway model. View model here.

  • East New York Farms!, Vigil, D., Hargraves, M., & Denning, C. (Producer). (2017). East New York Farms! a collaborative pathway model. View model here.

  • Feeding Laramie Valley, Woodsum, G. M., Hargraves, M., & Denning, C. (Producer). (2017). Feeding Laramie Valley: a collaborative pathway model. View model here.

  • Whole Community Project, Sequeira, E. J., Hargraves, M., & Denning, C. (Producer). (2017). Whole Community Project: a collaborative pathway model. View model here.

  • Meek, D., Bradley, K., Ferguson, B., Hoey, L., Morales, H., Rosset, P., & Tarlau, R. (2017) “Food sovereignty education across the Americas: multiple origins, converging movements.” Agriculture and Human Values. 1-16. doi:10.1007/s10460-017-9780-1. Abstract.

  • Wechsler, A.M. (2017) ‘Overcoming the Venn diagram: Learning to be a co-passionate navigator in community-based participatory research’. Research for All, 1 (1), 147–57. DOI 10.18546/RFA.01.1.12.  Available here.

  • Daftary-Steel, S., Porter, C.M., Gervais, S., Marshall, D. & Vigil D. (2017) “What grows in East New York: a case study of East New York Farms! an examination of expectations of urban agriculture”. In C. Bosso & R.L. Sandler (Ed.), Feeding Cities: Improving Local Food Access, Security, and Sovereignty. Earthscan/Routledge: New York, pp. 95-112.  Pre-print version of chapter.

  • Conk, S. & Porter, C.M. (2016) “Food Gardeners’ productivity in Laramie, Wyoming: More than a hobby.” American Journal of Public Health. 106(5): 854-856. Available online.

  • Bradley, K., and Herrera, H. (2016) “Decolonizing Food Justice: Naming, Resisting, and Researching Colonizing Forces in the Movement.” Antipode. 48(1). Available online.

  • Porter, C.M., McCrackin, P. & Naschold, F. (2016) “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. Abstract.

  • 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. Available online.

  • 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. Available online.

  • “Paths to Food Dignity.” (2015) A collection of digital stories by members of the Food Dignity team with StoryCenter. Available online.

    • My New Life by Mike Silva of Dig Deep Farms, Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League, Cherryland and Ashland, California

    • Fresh Start by Pac Rucker of Dig Deep Farms

    • When Good Food Makes for Good Policing by Marty Neideffer of Dig Deep Farms

    • Responsibilities are… Responsibilities by Jim Sutter of Blue Mountain Associates, Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming.

    • Growing Gardens… and Kids by Etheleen Potter of Blue Mountain Associates and Northern Arapaho Tribal Health

    • The Grace to Receive by Lina Dunning of Feeding Laramie Valley, Laramie, Wyoming

    • Food in Wyoming by Reece Owens of Feeding Laramie Valley

    • Seeing Differently by Sarita Daftary-Steel of East New York Farms!, United Community Centers, Brooklyn, New York

    • My Food Justice Story Starts Here by Daryl Marshall of East New York Farms!

    • An Agricultural Place by David Vigil of East New York Farms!

    • Sankofa by Jemila Sequeira of Whole Community Project, Cornell Cooperative Extension-Tompkins County, Ithaca, New York

    • Roots Rising by Damon Brangman of Whole Community Project

    • A View from Home by Alyssa Wechsler of University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming

    • Field Notes by Katie Bradley of University of California, Davis, California

    • Learning to Hear by Monica Hargraves of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

    • The Truth about Magic by Christine Porter of University of Wyoming

    • Tracing the Paths: Telling Stories of Food Dignity (short documentary) by Matthew Luotto with StoryCenter

  • Armstrong, J., Dickey, T., Lindemann, J., and Rosario, M. (2015) “Engaging Research/Engaging Cornell: Graduate students, public engagement, and the land grant mission of Cornell University.” You can read the report online here.

  • Daftary-Steel, S. (2014) “ENYF Retrospective Case Study.” Food Dignity Case Study. Prezi version online here.

  • Porter, C.M., & Redmond, L. (2014). Labor and leadership: Women in US community food organizing. In J. Page-Reeves (Ed.), Women Redefining the Experience of Food Insecurity: Life Off the Edge of the Table. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group. pp261-283. Read an excerpt from the book here.

  • Porter, C.M., Herrera, H., Marshall D. & Woodsum, G.M., (2014) “Shared voices, different worlds: process and product in the Food Dignity action research project.” Practice-based paper in Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement. 7(1) 116-128. Available online.

  • Bradley, K. and Galt, R.E. (2013) “Practicing food justice at Dig Deep Farms & Produce, East Bay Area, California: self-determination as a guiding value and intersections with foodie logics.” Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. Available online.

  • Porter, C.M. (2013). “Community action to prevent childhood obesity: Lessons from three US case studies.” Childhood Obesity. 9(2) 164-174. Available online.

  • Pelletier, D.L., Porter, C.M., Aarons, G.A., Wuehler S.E., and Neufeld, L.M. (2013) “Expanding the Frontiers of Population Nutrition Research: New Questions, New Methods, and New Approaches.” Advances in Nutrition. 4; 92-114. Available online.

  • Pelletier, D.L., Porter, C.M., Aarons, G.A., Wuehler S.E., and Neufeld, L.M. (2012) “Expanding the Frontiers of Nutrition Research: New Questions, New Methods, and New Approaches,” Symposium Summary.  Advances in Nutrition. 3, 728-729. Available online.