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Jennifer Curtis has researched and written a variety of publications, including strategic plans & feasibility assessments, book-length reports, web sites, and magazine & newsprint articles.

Reports

Curtis, Jennifer, et. al. April 2010. From Farm to Fork: A Guide to Building North Carolina's Sustainable, Local Food Economy. A Center for Environmental Farming Systems report, Raleigh, N.C. 97 pp.

Curtis, J. 2003. Barriers to Credit for Organic/Sustainable Farmers in North Carolina & Opportunities for Community Development Financing Institutions. Draft Report Prepared for Self Help Credit Union, Durham, North Carolina.
www.self-help.org/communityimpact/sustainabledevelopment.asp

Curtis, J. 1998. Fields of Change: A New Crop of American Farmers Finds Alternative to Pesticides. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 230 pp. (See summary at www.nrdc.org/health/farming/fields/focinx.asp.)

Cohen, R. A. & J. Curtis. 1998. Agricultural Solutions: Improving Water Quality in California Through Water Conservation and Pesticide Reduction. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 68 pp. (See summary at www.nrdc.org/water/conservation/ragsosum.asp.)

Mott, L., D. Fore, J. Curtis & G. Solomon. 1997. Our Children at Risk: The Five Worst Environmental Threats to Their Health. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 125 pp. (See summary at www.nrdc.org/health/kids/ocar/ocarinx.asp.)

Mott, L., F. Vance & J. Curtis. 1994. Handle With Care: Our Children and Environmental Carcinogens. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 50 pp.

Curtis, J. & T. Profeta. 1993. After Silent Spring: The Unsolved Problems of Pesticide Use in the United States. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 56 pp.

Curtis, J. with T. Kuhnle & L. Mott. 1991. Harvest of Hope: The Potential for Alternative Agriculture to Reduce Pesticide Use. Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California. 123 pp.

Strategic Plans & Feasibility Assessments

Curtis, J. June 2010. Assessment & Recommended Strategies Regarding Cruse Meats Slaughter & Processing Facility & Expansion of Local Beef Markets, internal report prepared for Cabarrus County. 15 pp.

Curtis, J. 2003. Strategic Plan for Pest Management Research & Education in Southern Sweetpotato Production Systems: A Summary of Workshops held October 2001 and January, February, August and December 2002. A report prepared for North Carolina State University, Department of Horticultural Science. 25 pp.

Curtis, J. 2002. Establishing Agricultural Partnerships in the Context of Everglades Ecosystem Restoration: An Assessment of Potential Partners in Florida. An internal report prepared at the request of the World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C. 58 pp. (View assessment.)

O'Hara, D. & J. Curtis. 2002. Agricultural Issues & Water Quality Concerns in Southeastern Rivers & Streams. An internal report prepared at the request of the World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C. 45 pp.

Articles & Web Sites

Curtis, J. & N. Creamer. 2008. From Farm-to-Fork: Building a Sustainable Food Economy in North Carolina. American Planning Association North Carolina Chapter, November 2008 Newsletter.
(View article).

Curtis, J. 2004. "Agriculture" pages of web site, www.lakeokeechobee.org prepared on behalf of the World Wildlife Fund.

Curtis, J. 2003. "Collaborative Effort: Peanut Rootworm Advisory Developed," Southeast Farm Press, April 2. Article prepared at the request of the Rural Advancement Fund International, Pittsboro, NC. 3 pp. (View article.)

Dlott, J. & J. Curtis. 2000. Eccountability and Eco-Labels: What Eco-Benefits Did I Buy Today. RealToolbox White Paper presented at the Read the Label: Understanding the Challenges & Opportunities for Eco-labels and Eco-brands Conference, October 19, Portland, Oregon. 22 pp.

Curtis, J. 2000. Managing Pests Softly: Reduced Risk Pest Management Can Help Growers Deal with Restrictions from the Food Quality Protection Act. American Fruit Grower, December. 3 pp.

Curtis, J. 1999. Lessons from the Farm: Eight Successful Partnerships That Protect Biodiversity through Reducing Risk from Pesticides. World Wildlife Fund, Washington, D.C. 15 pp.

Curtis, J. & R. Exner. 1999. Ridge-Tillage Helps Farmers Cut Herbicide Use. Natural Resources Defense Council and Practical Farmers of Iowa. 6 pp.