Ryan E. Galt
Ryan E. Galt
Professor, Department of Human Ecology, University of California, Davis
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Agroecology: A review from a global-change perspective
TP Tomich, S Brodt, H Ferris, R Galt, WR Horwath, E Kebreab, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 36, 193-222, 2011
The moral economy is a double-edged sword: explaining farmer earnings and self-exploitation in Community Supported Agriculture
RE Galt
Economic Geography 89 (4), 341-365, 2013
Globalization and multi-spatial trends in the coverage of protected-area conservation (1980–2000)
KS Zimmerer, RE Galt, MV Buck
Ambio: A Journal of the Human Environment 33 (8), 520-529, 2004
Practicing food justice at Dig Deep Farms & Produce, East Bay Area, California: self-determination as a guiding value and intersections with foodie logics
K Bradley, RE Galt
Local Environment 19 (2), 172-186, 2014
Subversive and interstitial food spaces: transforming selves, societies, and society–environment relations through urban agriculture and foraging
RE Galt, LC Gray, P Hurley
Local Environment 19 (2), 133-146, 2014
An emerging signature pedagogy for sustainable food systems education
W Valley, H Wittman, N Jordan, S Ahmed, R Galt
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (5), 467-480, 2018
Placing food systems in first world political ecology: a review and research agenda
RE Galt
Geography Compass 7 (9), 637-658, 2013
Beyond the circle of poison: significant shifts in the global pesticide complex, 1976–2008
RE Galt
Global Environmental Change 18 (4), 786-799, 2008
Transitioning to sustainable agriculture requires growing and sustaining an ecologically skilled workforce
L Carlisle, M Montenegro de Wit, MS DeLonge, A Iles, A Calo, C Getz, ...
Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 3, 96, 2019
Securing the future of US agriculture: The case for investing in new entry sustainable farmers
L Carlisle, MM De Wit, MS DeLonge, A Calo, C Getz, J Ory, ...
Elem Sci Anth 7, 17, 2019
Food systems in an unequal world: Pesticides, vegetables, and agrarian capitalism in Costa Rica
RE Galt
University of Arizona Press, 2014
Eroding the community in community supported agriculture (CSA): competition's effects in alternative food networks in California
RE Galt, K Bradley, L Christensen, J Van Soelen Kim, R Lobo
Sociologia Ruralis 56 (4), 491-512, 2016
Gearing up to support urban farming in California: Preliminary results of a needs assessment
R Surls, G Feenstra, S Golden, R Galt, S Hardesty, C Napawan, C Wilen
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 30 (1), 33-42, 2015
Transformative food systems education in a land-grant college of agriculture: The importance of learner-centered inquiries
RE Galt, D Parr, J Van Soelen Kim, J Beckett, M Lickter, H Ballard
Agriculture and Human Values 30, 129-142, 2013
Toward an integrated understanding of pesticide use intensity in Costa Rican vegetable farming
RE Galt
Human Ecology 36 (5), 655-677, 2008
What difference does income make for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members in California? Comparing lower-income and higher-income households
RE Galt, K Bradley, L Christensen, C Fake, K Munden-Dixon, N Simpson, ...
Agriculture and Human Values 34 (2), 435-452, 2017
Counting and mapping community supported agriculture (CSA) in the United States and California: Contributions from critical cartography/GIS
RE Galt
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (2), 131-62, 2011
From Homo economicus to Complex Subjectivities: Reconceptualizing Farmers as Pesticide Users
RE Galt
Antipode 45 (2), 336-356, 2013
Engaging Values in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Education: Toward an Explicitly Values-Based Pedagogical Approach
RE Galt, SF Clark, D Parr
Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 2 (3), 43-54, 2012
Community supported agriculture is thriving in the Central Valley
RE Galt, L O'Sullivan, J Beckett, CC Hiner
California Agriculture 66 (1), 2012
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