|Present||Faculty Member, Western Washington University ‐ Western Expert|
|Present||Professor, Environmental Studies Department, Western Washington University ‐ Huxley College of the Environment|
|Present||Professor, Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University ‐ Huxley College of the Environment|
Honors and Awards
- 2012: Research Grant, Whatcom Community Foundation, Bellingham ($5,000); smaller grant awarded in 2011.
- 2011: ADDY award (AAF-ADDY award) for "Our Farms Are at Risk" film, funded and coordinated by The Resilience Institute in conjunction with Hand Crank Films.
- WWU's Huxley College of the Environment Awarded $140,000 USDA Grant to Research Methods to Keep Local Farms Viable. Resilience Institute (2009-2012).
- Ecogast: Art & Science Food (ENVS 110)
- Geography and World Affairs (ENVS 240)
- Research and Writing (ENVS 319)
- Agroecology & Sustainable Agriculture (ENVS 410)
- Agroecology Practicum and Studio (ENVS 411)
- Research and Projects for Environmental Studies (ENVS 501)
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Food and Farm Systems (23)
Stability, Sustainability, and Catastrophe: Applying Resilience Thinking to U.S ...
Research in Human Ecology (2011)
Resilience is closely related to notions of sustainability, but emphasizes unpredictable, dynamic environments. As conceptualized in engineering, hazards management, and ...
Commentary on the Challenge to Change: Participatory Research and Professional ...
Society & Natural Resources: An International Journal (2002)
This commentary outlines traditions of participatory research, and what they imply for professional identity. Participatory methods are not meant to ...
Energy Efficiencies of Farming Wheat, Corn, and Potatoes Organically
ASA Special Publication, Organic Farming: Current Technology and its Role in a Sustainable Agriculture (1984)
Since the mid-1930's, agricultural productivity measured in crop yield per acre has more than doubled. The USA now dominated the ...