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Hale, James, Katharine Legun, Hugh Campbell, & Michael Carolan. 2019. “Social Sustainability Indicators as Performance.” Geoforum.

Jablonski, Becca, Michael Carolan, James Hale et al. 2019. “Connecting Urban Food Plans to the Countryside: Leveraging Denver’s Food Vision to Build Meaningful Rural-Urban Linkages.” Sustainability 11(7):2200.

Hale, James & Michael Carolan. 2018. “Framing Co-operative Development: The Bridging Role of Cultural and Symbolic Value between Human and Material Resources.” Community Development 49(4):360-379.

Hale, James & Michael Carolan. 2018. “Cooperative or Uncooperative Co-operatives?: Digging into the Process of Cooperation in Food and Agriculture Co-operatives.” Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 8(1):1-20.

Hale, James. 2017. Review of “Fast-Food Kids: French Fries, Lunch Lines, and Social Ties.” by Amy Best, Humanity and Society 41(4):510-512.

McIvor, David & James Hale. 2016. “Common Roots: Urban Agriculture’s Potential for Cultivating Deep Democracy.” in Sowing Seeds in the City, Volume 2, edited by Sally Brown, Kristen McIvor and Elizabeth Snyder, New York: Springer.

Carolan, Michael & James Hale. 2016. “‘Growing’ Communities with Urban Agriculture: Generating Value Above and Below Ground.” Community Development 47(4):530-545.

Litt, Jill, S. Schmiege, James Hale, Michael Buchenau, & F. Sancar. 2015. “Exploring Ecological, Emotional and Social Levers of Self-rated Health for Urban Gardeners and Non-gardeners: A Path Analysis.” Social Science and Medicine 144:1-8.

King, Diane, Jill Litt, James Hale, K. Burniece, & C. Ross. 2015 “‘The Park a Tree Built’: Evaluating How a Park Development Project Impacted Where People Play.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 14(2):293-299.

McIvor, David & James Hale. 2015. “Urban Agriculture and the Prospects for Deep Democracy.” Agriculture and Human Values 32(4):727-741.

Litt, Jill, James Hale, & Michael Buchenau. 2014. “Connecting People and Their Food Systems: Why Gardens Matter.” Perspective article in Introduction to the US Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity, edited by Roni Neff, Johns Hopkins University:Jossey-Bass.

Hale, James, Corrie Knapp, Lisa Bardwell, Michael Buchenau, J. Marshall, F. Sancar, & Jill Litt. “Connecting Food Environments and Health Through the Relational Nature of Aesthetics: Gaining Insight Through the Community Gardening Experience.” Social Science and Medicine 72:1853-1863.

Litt, Jill, M. Soobader, M. Turbin, James Hale, Michael Buchenau, J. Marshall. 2011 “Socio-Environmental Influences on Fruit and Vegetable Consumption: Understanding the Role of Social Involvement, Neighborhood Aesthetics and Community Garden Participation.” The American Journal of Public Health 101(8):1466-1473.