- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
1Why Worry about the Agriculture of the Middle?
2Pursuing Long-Term Food and Agricultural Security in the United States: Decentralization, Diversification, and Reduction of Resource Intensity
3Cooperative Structure for the Middle: Mobilizing for Power and Identity
4Is Relationship Marketing an Alternative to the Corporatization of Organics? A Case Study of OFARM
5Contractual Integration in Agriculture: Is There a Bright Side for Agriculture of the Middle?
6Consumer Considerations and the Agriculture of the Middle
7Values-Based Supply Chains: Strategies for Agrifood Enterprises of the Middle
8Toward a Pro-Middle Farm Policy: What Will It Take to Ensure a Promising Future for Family Farming?
9Agriculture of the Middle: Lessons Learned from Civic Agriculture
10The Effect of Laws That Foster Agricultural Bargaining: Apple Growers in Michigan and New York State
11Sustaining the Middle: The Roles of Sustainable Agriculture and Agri-Environmental Payments
12The Prospects and Limits of Antitrust and Competitive-Market Strategies
- Epilogue: Strategies for Strengthening the Agriculture of the Middle
- Appendix: The Changing Status of Farms and Ranches of the Middle
- List of Contributors
- Food and the Mid-Level Farm
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