Table of contents for Farming with the wild : enhancing biodiversity on farms and ranches / written by Daniel Imhoff ; designed by Robert Carra ; foreword by Fred Kirschenmann.


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Foreword

The Case for Farming with the Wild

THE SKY ISLANDS

--The Ranch of 20,000 Gabions (El Coronado Ranch, Southeastern Arizona)

--Grassbanking in the Badlands (The Gray Ranch, Animas Valley, Southwestern New Mexico)

--In Search of Ranching's Radical Center (Lake Valley ranch, Southwestern New Mexico)

--Along the Pollinator Trail (Tubac Farm, Southeastern Arizona)

--The Turner Biodiversity Legacy (Ladder and Armendaris Ranches, Southwestern New Mexico)

THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY

--The Revolution at the Hedgerow Farms (Hedgerow Farms, Winters, California)

--Toward a Wilder Family Farm (Rominger Brothers Farms, Winters, California)

--Bats against Bugs (Sierra Orchards, Winters, California)

--Changing Course: TNC and a Tale of Two Rivers (Cosumnes and Sacramento River Restoration Projects)

BUILDING A MATRIX OF FARMLAND HABITAT

--Bringing a Watershed Back to Life (Coon Valley, Wisconsin)

--The Prairie Potholes (Northwestern North Dakota)

--Restoring the Bottomlands (Southwestern Arkansas)

--Rehydrating the ArkLaTex (Northwestern Louisiana)

--Much to Do about Muck (East Central Florida)

NATURAL SYSTEMS FARMING

--Thinking Like a Prairie (The Land Institute, Salina, Kansas)

--Farming in Leopold's Footsteps (Kirschenmann Family Farms, Medina, North Dakota)

--The Dairyman's Diversity (Enchanted Acres, LaCrosse, Minnesota)

--Unconventional Conventional (Kenagy Family Farms, Corvallis, Oregon)

--Farming below Zero (Four Season Farm, Harborside, Maine)

--The Farm of Many Faces (Polyface Farm, Staunton, Virginia)

CORRIDORS, WILDWAYS, AND CITIZEN MONITORING

--Linking Farmscapes, Landscapes, and Human Communities (Adirondack Coast, New York)

--Central Coast Farmscaping (Salinas and Pajaro Valleys, Watsonville, California)

--Building Conservation Communities (Methow Valley, Skagit Valley, Washington)

--The Farm as Park Visitor Center (Pumalin Park, Chile)

WILD GARDEN FARMERS

--Sangin' in Daniel Boone's Footsteps (Central Kentucky)

--Basins of Relations (Occidental Arts and Ecology Center, Occidental, California)

--Saving the Seeds of Endangered Agriculture (Native Seed Search, Patagonia, Arizona)

--The Appalachian Food Forest (Long Branch Environmental Education Center, North Carolina)

--Leading Edge Lettuce (Wild Garden Seed, Phliomath, Oregon)

--Dry Farmed Tomatoes (Molino Creek, Davenport, California)

--Ingrained Traditions (White Earth Land Recovery Project, Minnesota)

ECOLABELS AND LOCAL MARKETING INITIATIVES

--Making Peace with Predators (13-Mile Lamb and Wool, Belgrade, Montana)

--Salmon-Safe: Evolution of an Ecolabel (Pacific Rivers Council, Portland, Oregon)

--On Habit and Habitat (Pluma Hidalgo, Mexico)

--CSA: Linking Farms and Tables (Common Harvest Farm, Osceola, Wisconsin)

--A New Brand for Beef (Ervins Natural Beef Company, Arizona)

GETTING STARTED

--Some Basics

--Managing for Wildlife

--Bird Friendly Farming

--Landowner Incentive Programs

--Wild Farm Alliance Platform

--Supporting Organizations

Bibliography, Notes, Index, Credits



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Sustainable agriculture Case studies, Sustainable agriculture United States Case studies, Agriculture Environmental aspects United States Case studies, Agrobiodiversity United States Case studies, Agricultural conservation United States Case studies, Agrobiodiversity conservation United States Case studies