I am currently conducting research into the CSA experience in the US, with a
view to looking at whether the principle would translate to the UK farming
Through conducting various word searches on the internet I have managed to
obtain some very interesting background information on the CSA experience in
US, this included articles by Robyn Van En, UMass and MISA. I am also in the
process of obtaining a report entitled "Facing a Watershed: Managing Profitable
and Sustainable Landscapes in the 21st Century" from the University of
Nebraska, and also a report which showcases ten years of SARE entitled "Ten
Years of SARE: A Decade of Programs, Partnerships and Progress" from Andy Clark
Ph.D, at the National Agricultural Library, Beltsville, MD.
Do you know of any other reports/publications that provide an overview of the
CSA experience in the US so far?. Highlights, problems, legalities etc. (I
already hold details of UMass Extension reading list, shown on the website).
If applicable I would also be grateful if you could point me in the direction
of any actual or planned research that considers the translation of the CSA
approach to the UK farming system. I have searched the internet for UK
examples but as yet have had no luck.
Thank you very much for your assistance.
Farming & Forestry Branch
John Dower House
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