Goldberger Publications

7 Publications

Conventionalization, civic engagement, and the sustainability of organic agriculture

Goldberger, J. 2011. Journal of Rural Studies 27(3):288-296.

Certified Organic Production: The experiences and perspectives of Washington Farmers

July 2008. A report on a 2007 statewide survery of organic producers done by Dr. Jessica Goldberger, WSU Community and Rural Sociology. CRS Information Series No. 1-08, Pullman, WA.

The Experiences and Perspectives of Idaho’s Certified Organic Producers: Results from a Statewide Survey – June 2010

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter

Certified Organic Production

The Experiences and Perspectives of Idaho Farmers. May 2010. A report on a 2009 statwide survey of organic producers by Dr. Jessic Goldberger, WSU Crop and Soil Sciences, Pullman, WA.

Organic Alfalfa Management Guide

This new extension bulletin is an excellent resource for growers interested in producing organic alfalfa, both irrigated and dryland. Alfalfa provides an excellent transitional crop for those interested in organic production of other crops as well. This guide includes a great deal of information on managing weeds, pests and diseases, and includes a small section on economics.

Gender and Certified Organic Production in Washington State

Goldberger, J. 2008. Poster. Today, women make up a growing proportion of principle farm operators, especially in “alternative” agriculture. Understanding the experiences and perspectives of female and male farmers will help land-grant universities and other service providers better serve the needs of all organic producers.

The Experiences and Perspectives of Washington’s Certified Organic Producers: Results from a Statewide Survey – December 2008

Article in Sustaining the Pacific Northwest Newsletter