I am writing an essay on early organic systems research (reporting on my research at Cornell University, and elsewhere). It will be published as part of a series of Contemporary World Issues handbooks, “Organic Food and Farming: A Reference Handbook” (ABC-CLIO). The following are some of the references for this paper that were omitted for purposes of brevity and readability:

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Hammond, Bryant, Gigi Berardi, and Rebekah Green. “Resilience in Agriculture: Small-and medium-sized farms in Northwest Washington State.” Agroecology and sustainable food systems 37, no. 3 (2013): 316-339.

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McEvoy, Miles. “Organic 101: What the USDA organic label mean.” USDA Blog (2012).

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Nessly, Daniel. “Effects of Organic versus Conventional Agricultural Management on Soil Quality in Skagit County, Washington.” MS Thesis, Western Washington University (2015).

Peters, S. E., M. M. Wander, L. S. Saporito, G. H. Harris, and D. B. Friedman. “Management impacts on SOM and related soil properties in a long-term farming systems trial in Pennsylvania.” Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems. Long Term Experiments in North America (2019): 183.

Reganold, John P. “Comparison of soil properties as influenced by organic and conventional farming systems.” American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 3, no. 4 (1988): 144-155.

Schulman, Michael D., and Gigi M. Berardi. Adjustments by Tobacco Allotment Holders No Longer Growing Tobacco: The Case of Wayne and Greene Counties, North Carolina. Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Agricultural Research Service, School of Agriculture and Life Sciences, North Carolina State University, 1982.

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