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Appendix A: Articles and Books about Sustainable Agriculture Used in Compiling this Bibliography

Beeman, Randal
The Trash Farmer: Edward Faulkner and the Origins of Sustainable Agriculture in the United States, 1943-1953
In Journal of Sustainable Agriculture (1992) Vol. 4, no. 1, p. 91-102.
NAL Call no: S494.5.S86S8
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Beeman (1993)

Blum, Barton
Composting and the Roots of Sustainable Agriculture
In The History of Agriculture and the Environment, Douglas E. Bowers and Douglas Helms, editors. Washington DC: The Agricultural History Society (1993), p. 171-88. 27 papers from a Special Symposium, June 19-22, 1991, Washington DC. Includes references.
NAL Call no: 30.98 Ag8
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Blum (1993)

Coleman, Eliot
Annotated Bibliography of Biological Agriculture: A Publication of the Small Farm Research Association
In Mother Earth News (1976) Vol. 39
NAL Call no: AP2 M6
Full-text: Mother Earth News archive, http://www.motherearthnews.com/Livestock-and-Farming/1976-05-01/
Eliot-Coleman-The-Small-Farm-Research-Association.aspx
(accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Coleman (1976)

Conford, Philip
The Origins of the Organic Movement
Edinburgh: Floris Books, 2001. 280p. Foreword by Jonathan Dimbleby. Includes index and references. Appendix A: “Leading figures in the organic movement and the orthodox school of agriculture.”
NAL Call no: GE195 C66 2001
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Conford (2001)

Conford, Philip, editor
The Organic Tradition: An Anthology of Writings on Organic Farming 1900-1950
Hartland, Devon; Shaftesbury, Dorset: Green Book; distributed by Element Books, 1988. vii, 224p. Foreward by Jeremy Seabrook. Includes index and references.
NAL Call no: S605.5 O75
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Conford (1988)

Esbjornson, Carl D.
Once and Future Farming: Some Meditations on the Historical and Cultural Roots of Sustainable Agriculture in the United States
In Agriculture and Human Values (1992) Vol. 9, no. 3, p. 20-30. Special issue: Alternative Conceptions and Models of Sustainability.
NAL Call no: HT401 A36
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Esbjornson (1992)

Harwood, Richard R.
International Overview of Regeneration Agriculture
In Proceedings of Workshops on Resource-Efficient Farming Methods for Tanzania, May 16-20, 1983 Emmaus PA: Rodale Press (1983), p. 24-36. Meeting held at University of Dar es Salaam, Morogoro, Tanzania, May 16-20, 1983.
NAL Call no: S605.5 W59 1983
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Harwood (1983)

Harwood, Richard R.
A History of Sustainable Agriculture
In Sustainable Agricultural Systems., Clive A. Edwards, Rattan Lal, James Patrick Madden, Robert H. Miller and Gar House, editors. Ankeny IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society (1990), p. 3-19.
NAL Call no: S494.5 S86S86
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Harwood (1990)

Heckman, Joseph
A History of Organic Farming—Transitions from Sir Albert Howard's War in the Soil to the USDA National Organic Program
In Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems (2006) Vol. 21, no. 3, p. 143-50. Includes references.
NAL Call no: S605.5 .A43
Full-text: Weston A. Price Foundation, http://www.westonaprice.org/farming/history-organic-farming.html (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Heckman (2006)

Kirschenmann, Frederick
Brief History of Sustainable Agriculture
In The Networker (2004) Vol. 9, no. 2 Includes editor’s note by Carolyn Raffensperger and Nancy Myers.
NAL Call no: n.a.
Full-text: Science and Environmental Health Network, http://www.sehn.org/Volume_9-2.html (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Kirschenmann (2004)

Korcak, Ronald F.
Early Roots of the Organic Movement: A Plant Nutrition Perspective
In HortTechnology (1992) Vol. 2, no. 2 From “Proceedings of the Workshop: History of the Organic Movement,” meeting held at the 88th American Society for Horticultural Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
NAL Call no: SB317.5 H68
Full-text: Purdue University, Center for New Crops and Plants Products, http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/history/lecture31/r_31-2.html (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Korcak (1992)

Kuepper, George and Lance Gegner
Organic Crop Production Overview
Fayetteville AR: ATTRA - National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service, National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), 2004.
NAL Call no: n.a.
Full-text: ATTRA/NCAT, http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/summaries/organiccrop.html (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Kuepper, Gegner (2004)

Lehman, Tim
Public Values, Private Lands: Origins and Ironies of the Farmland Preservation in Congress
In The History of Agriculture and the Environment, Douglas E. Bowers and Douglas Helms, editors. Washington DC: The Agricultural History Society (1993), p. 257-72. 27 papers from a Special Symposium, June 19-22, 1991, Washington DC. Includes references.
NAL Call no: 30.98 Ag8
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Lehman (1993)

Madden, James Patrick
The Early Years of the LISA, SARE, and ACE Programs: Reflections of the Founding Director
Logan UT: Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE), Western Region, 1998. Includes references and glossary.
NAL Call no: n.a.
Full-text: Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE), Western Region, http://wsare.usu.edu/about/index.cfm?sub=hist_sare (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Madden (1998)

McDonald, Angus Henry, 1903-
Early American Soil Conservationists
Washington DC: United States Department of Agriculture, 1941. 63p. Bibliography, p. 61-63. Biographies of Jared Eliot; Samuel Deane; Solomon Drown; John Taylor; John Lorain; Isaac Hill; Nicholas Sorsby; Edmund Ruffin. (Miscellaneous Publication, 449)
NAL Call no: 1 Ag84M no.449
Full-text: Ye Olde Forage Library, West Virginia University Extension Service, http://www.caf.wvu.edu/~forage/library/forglvst/bulletins/s449.pdf (accessed Jan. 1, 2007)
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: McDonald (1941)

Merrill, Margaret C.
EcoAgriculture: A Review of its History and Philosophy
In Biological Agriculture and Horticulture (1983) Vol. 1, no. 3, p. 181-210.
NAL Call no: S605.5 B5
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Merrill (1983)

Rateaver, Bargyla and Gylver Rateaver
The Organic Method Primer: A Practical Explanation; the How and Why for the Beginner and the Experienced
Pauma Valley CA: Rateavers, 1973. 256p. Includes bibliography.
NAL Call no: S605.5 R37
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Rateaver (1973)

Scofield, A. M.
Organic Farming: The Origin of the Name
In Biological Floriculture and Horticulture (1986) Vol. 4, no. 1, p. 15.
NAL Call no: S605.5 B5
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Scofield (1986)

Worster, Donald
A Sense of Soil: Agricultural Conservation and American Culture
In Agriculture and Human Values (1985) Vol. 2, no. 4, p. 28-35.
NAL Call no: HT401 .A36
Annotation: Appears in chronological bibliographic citations as: Worster (1985)

 

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