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CSANR has supported research on dozens of sustainable agriculture and food systems topics for two decades. This publications database serves as a catalog of available resources. You can either browse Program Areas and Topics or search for relevant publications by key words.
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From the Field: The potential value of a decision support tool informing dynamic stocking rate decisions on rangelands in the inland Pacific Northwest.

Hall, SA, Yorgey, GG, Hudson, TD, Neibergs, JS, Reeves, MR. 2020. From the Field: The potential value of a decision support tool informing dynamic stocking rate decisions on rangelands in the inland Pacific Northwest. Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, Washington State University. Available online at: http://csanr.wsu.edu/publications/from-the-field/.

Demand for bio-based fertilizers from dairy manure in Washington State: a small-scale discrete choice experiment

Hills, K., Yorgey, G., & Cook, J. (2020). Demand for bio-based fertilizers from dairy manure in Washington State: a small-scale discrete choice experiment. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1017/s174217052000023x

Lessons Learned from the Listening Sessions for the Technology for Trade Project

Yorgey, G.G. 2019. Lessons Learned from the Listening Sessions for the Technology for Trade Project

Building Resilience through Engagement: Brenda and Tony Richards (Rancher-to-Rancher Case Study Series)

Reeves, M.C., Hudson, T.D., Neibergs, J.S., Jensen, S., Davis, E.J., Hall, S.A., Yorgey, G.G. 2020. Building resilience through engagement: Brenda and Tony Richards – Rancher-to-Rancher Case Study series: Increasing resilience among ranchers in the Pacific Northwest (PNW737)

Selection Methods for Honey Bee Breeding [video]

Cobey, S., T. Lawrence, and S. Sheppard. Washington State University Extension. 2019. Produced by Washington State University College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.

Organic farming promotes biotic resistance to foodborne human pathogens

Jones, M.S., Z. Fu, J.P. Reganold, D.S. Karp, T.E. Besser, J.M. Tylianakis, W.E. Snyder. 2019. Journal of Applied Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.13365

Entomopathogen biodiversity increases host mortality.

Jabbour, R, DW Crowder, EA Aultman and WE Snyder. 2011. Biological Control 59:277‐283.

Conserving and promoting evenness: Organic farming and fire‐based wildland management as case studies

Crowder, DW, TD Northfield, R Gomulkiewicz and WE Snyder. 2012. Ecology 93:2001‐2007.

Advancing Organics Management in Washington State: The Waste to Fuels Technology Partnership, 2017-2019 Biennium

Hills, K., M. Garcia-Perez, J.E. Amonette, M. Brady, T. Jobson, D. Collins, D. Gang, E. Bronstad, M. Flury, S. Seefeldt, C.O. Stöckle, M. Ayiania, A. Berim, W. Hoashi-Erhardt, N. Khosravi, S. Haghighi Mood, R. Nelson, Y.J. Milan, N. Pickering, N. Stacey, A.H. Tanzil, J. Zhang, B. Saari, and G. Yorgey. 2019. Publication 19-07-027. Solid Waste Management Program, Washington Department of Ecology, Olympia, WA.

Microbial Safety of Dairy Manure Fertilizer Application in Raspberry Production

Sheng L, Shen X, Benedict C, Su Y, Tsai H-C, Schacht E, Kruger CE, Drennan M and Zhu M-J. 2019 Microbial Safety of Dairy Manure Fertilizer Application in Raspberry Production. Front. Microbiol. 10:2276
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