Food Systems Publications
Kinney, K. & C. Donovan. 2016. The “Washington State Farmers Market Management Toolkit” is designed to provide timely information, tips, and templates to farmers market managers, board members, volunteers and other organizers as they negotiate the ever-increasing demands of running a farmers market. All chapters are available for download.
Detailed tables showing specific crop acreages from 2006-2013, farm numbers and organic acres by county, and organic farm gate sales by county (through 2012).
A summary of the 2013 organic crop acres, livestock numbers and organic farm gate sales in the state. Includes multi-year graphs of selected crops. Powerpoint format.
Miles, Matt. Current situation as of Jan. 1, 2014 and comparison of trends for this year’s crop versus last year. Powerpoint format.
Granatstein, D. and E. Kirby. Current statistics on acreage trends, varieties, shipments, prices, and exports. Powerpoint format.
Ostrom, M. & Donovan, C. 2013.
Ostrom, M. and C. Donovan. 2013.
Miller, M., M. Anderson, C. Francis, C. Kruger, C. Barford, J. Park, and B. McCown. 2013. http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2013.034.016 Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development.
Ostrom, M. & C. Donovan. 2013. WSU Fact Sheet FS072E. The fact sheet shows overall trends in farm numbers and the structure of agriculture in Washington.
Recorded webinar presented Sept 25, 2013 by WSU Small Farms Program’s Colleen Donovan. Hosted by Farmers Market Coalition.
CSANR Educational Opportunities pages include WSU degree program information and continuing education opportunities.
Kirby, E. & D. Granatstein. CSANR’s organic statistics webpages.
The most current data on Washington State organic tree fruit acres, varieties, prices, and exports. Powerpoint format.
A summary of the 2012 organic crop acres, livestock numbers and organic farm gate sales in the state. Includes multi-year graphs of selected crops. Powerpoint format.
Detailed tables showing specific crop acreages from 2005-2012, farm numbers and organic acres by county, and organic farm gate sales by county (through 2011).
WSU webpage for the OFoot project, working to provide a scientifically sound yet simple estimation of the carbon and nitrogen sequestration and net greenhouse gas (GHG) balance likely in a given organic cropping system scenario.
Kirby, E. and D. Granatstein. 2012. WSU Extension FS082E. This is the second volume summarizing organic land and value in the state, containing data from 2004 to 2011.
Ostrom, M. & Z. Lyons. 2012. The Washington State Farmers Market Association, WSU Small Farms Program and Washington State Department of Agriculture have collaborated to update the “Washington State Farmers Market Manual” (Second Edition). The updated Manual is an excellent overview for communities looking to start a farmers market and for new market managers, boards and agricultural professionals working to support farmers markets.
Kirby, E. and D. Granatstein. 2012. EM046E, Washington State University Extension.
Powerpoint presentation on certified crop, livestock, and farmgate sales trends.
Goldberger, J. 2011. Journal of Rural Studies 27(3):288-296.
July, 2011. Tables of organic cropland acres and county distribution for 2005-2010. Livestock numbers and farmgate sales are not included.
PowerPoint presentation on certified crop and livestock trends.