- Research Impacts
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- Food Systems Institute
|2022||The profitability implications of sales through local food markets for beginning farmers and ranchers|| |
Agricultural Finance Review
|2021||Too cool for farm to school? Analyzing the determinants of farm to school programming continuation|| |
Alessandro Bonanno and Sachintha S.Mendis
|2017||Exploring Localized Economic Dynamics: Methods Driven Case Studies of Transformation and Growth in Agricultural and Food Markets|| |
Bauman, A and D. Thilmany. Exploring Localized Economic Dynamics: Methods Driven Case Studies of Transformation and Growth in Agricultural and Food Markets. Economic Development Quarterly.
|2020||Local Food Market Orientation and Labor Intensity|| |
BBR Jablonski, A Bauman, D Thilmany - Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2020
|2022||Opportunities to support beginning farmers and ranchers in the 2023 Farm Bill|| |
Becca B. R. Jablonski; Nigel Key; Joleen Hadrich;
|2020||Emergency food provision for children and families during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Examples from five US cities|| |
Becca B.R. Jablonski; Joy Casnovsky; Jill K. Clark; Rebecca Cleary; Beth Feingold; Darcy Freedman; Steven Gray; Xiaobo Romeiko; Laura Schmitt Olabisi; Mariana Torres; Alexandra E. van den Berg; Colleen Walsh; Chelsea Wentworth
|2016||Growing’ Communities with Urban Agriculture: Generating Value Above and Below Ground|| |
Carolan, Michael & James Hale. 2016. “‘Growing’ Communities with Urban Agriculture: Generating Value Above and Below Ground.” Community Development
|2021||Exploring Changes in Local Food Purchasing Patterns during COVID-19: Insights from a Nationwide Consumer Survey|| |
Hailey Edmondson, Colorado State University
|2018||Cooperative or Uncooperative Co-operatives?: Digging into the Process of Cooperation in Food and Agriculture Co-operatives|| |
Hale, James & Michael Carolan. 2018. “Cooperative or Uncooperative Co-operatives?: Digging into the Process of Cooperation in Food and Agriculture Co-operatives.” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 8(1):1-20.
|2018||Framing Co-operative Development: The Bridging Role of Cultural and Symbolic Value between Human and Material Resources|| |
Hale, James & Michael Carolan. 2018. “Framing Co-operative Development: The Bridging Role of Cultural and Symbolic Value between Human and Material Resources.” Community Development 49(4):360-379.
|2019||Social Sustainability Indicators as Performance|| |
Hale, James, Katharine Legun, Hugh Campbell, & Michael Carolan. 2019. “Social Sustainability Indicators as Performance.” Geoforum.
|2022||Disparities in food insecurity among Black and White households: An analysis by age cohort, poverty, education, and home ownership|| |
J Berning, A Bonanno, R Cleary - Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2022
|2022||Food insecurity and time use in elderly vs. non‐elderly: An exploratory analysis|| |
J Berning, R Cleary, A Bonanno - Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy, 2022
|2020||Just wheat transitions?: working toward constructive structural changes in wheat production|| |
J Hale, M Schipanski, M Carolan - Local Environment, 2020
|2016||Analyzing the role of community and individual factors in food insecurity: Identifying diverse barriers across clustered community members|| |
Jablonski, B., D. Thilmany and A. Colpaart. 2016. Analyzing the role of community and individual factors in food insecurity: Identifying diverse barriers across clustered community members. Journal of Community Health. 1-14.
|2016||Evaluating the economic impact of local food system initiatives: A USDA funded toolkit|| |
Jablonski, BBR, J. O’Hara, D. Thilmany McFadden and D. Tropp. 2016. Evaluating the economic impact of local food system initiatives: A USDA funded toolkit. Journal of Extension. December
|2017||Economic Impacts of Farm to School: Case Studies and Assessment Tools|| |
Libby Christensen, Becca Jablonski, Lacy Stephens, and Anupama Joshi
|2017||Coloradans’ Perceptions About Land and Water Resources for Agriculture|| |
M. Sullins, D. Thilmany, C. Chriestenson, M. Martin, B. Jablonski and W. White. Survey on Colorado Attitudes about Food and Agriculture highlights several key findings with respect to Coloradans’ perceptions about and priorities for agricultural land and water use.
|2016||Colorado Residents Trusted Sources of Agricultural, Biotechnology and Food Information|| |
Martin, M., R. Hill, A. Van Sandt and D. Thilmany. 2016. Colorado Residents Trusted Sources of Agricultural, Biotechnology and Food Information. Ag BioForum.
|2017||Perception of Trust in Sources of Information on Agriculture and Food Issues|| |
Martin, M., C. Chriestenson, D. Thilmany, B. Jablonski, and M. Sullins. FSR 17-02. Perception of Trust in Sources of Information on Agriculture and Food Issues. March 2017. 9 pp.
|2021||COVID-19's Impact on Gendered Household Food Practices: Eating and Feeding as Expressions of Competencies, Moralities, and Mobilities|| |
Michael Carolan - The Sociological Quarterly, 2021
|2017||Lactobacillus paracasei metabolism of rice bran reveals metabolome associated with Salmonella Typhimurium growth reduction|| |
Nealon NJ, Worcester CR, Ryan EP. Lactobacillus paracasei metabolism of rice bran reveals metabolome associated with Salmonella Typhimurium growth reduction. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 2017;122: 1639-1656. PubMed PMID: 28371001.
|2017||Rice Bran and Probiotics Alter the Porcine Large Intestine and Serum Metabolomes for Protection against Human Rotavirus Diarrhea|| |
Nealon NJ, Yuan L, Yang X, Ryan EP. Rice Bran and Probiotics Alter the Porcine Large Intestine and Serum Metabolomes for Protection against Human Rotavirus Diarrhea. Frontiers in Microbiology. 2017;8. PubMed PMID: 28484432; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5399067.
|2021||Validation of a Home Food Environment Instrument Assessing Household Food Patterning and Quality|| |
|2020||Making Headway on the Hemp Industry in Colorado: The CHAMP Initiative|| |
R Hill, D Mooney, D Thilmany - Western Economics Forum, 2020