Reynolds, K. and Cohen, N. 2016. Beyond the Kale: Urban Agriculture and Social Justice Activism in New York City. University of Georgia Press, Geographies of Justice and Social Transformation series.
Publisher description: “Urban agriculture is increasingly considered an important part of creating just and sustainable cities. Yet the benefits that many people attribute to urban agriculture—fresh food, green space, educational opportunities—can mask structural inequities,thereby making political transformation harder to achieve. Realizing social and environmental justice requires moving beyond food production to address deeper issues such as structural racism, gender inequity, and economic disparities. Beyond the Kale argues that urban agricultural projects focused explicitly on dismantling oppressive systems have the greatest potential to achieve substantive social change.”
Available from University of Georgia Press or Amazon.
Specht, K., Reynolds, K., and Sanyé-Mengual, E. 2017. Community and social justice aspects of rooftop agriculture. Chapter in Orsini, F., Dubbeling, M., and Gianquinto, G. (eds.) Handbook of Rooftop Agriculture.
PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Deldrève, V., Lewis, N., Moreau, S., et Reynolds, K. (In press.) Les nouveaux chantiers de la justice environnementale. Introduction au numéro spécial de VertiGo: La revue électronique en sciences de l’environnement.
Reynolds, K., Block, D., and Bradley, K. 2018. Food Justice Scholar-Activism and Activist- Scholarship: Working Beyond Dichotomies to Deepen Social Justice Praxis. Guest editors’ introduction to special issue. Food Justice Scholar-Activism and Activist Scholarship. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. 17(4): 988-998.
Reynolds, K. 2017. Designing urban agriculture education as liberatory praxis: the radical pedagogy of Farm School NYC. International Journal of Food Design, 2(1), 45-63.
Cohen, N. and Reynolds, K. 2015. Policy, resource, and technical assistance needs for a socially just and sustainable urban agriculture system: lessons from New York City. Journal of Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 30(1): 103–114.
Reynolds, K. 2014. Disparity despite diversity: social injustice in New York City’s urban agriculture system. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography. 47(1): 240-259.
Cohen, N. and Reynolds, K. 2014. Urban agriculture policy making in New York’s ‘New Political Spaces’: strategizing for a participatory and representative system. Journal of Planning and Education Research. 34(2): 221–234.
Reynolds, K., 2011. Expanding technical assistance for urban agriculture: Best practices for extension services in California and beyond. Advance online publication. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. 1(3): 197–216.
RESEARCH BRIEFS AND TECHNICAL REPORTS
Reynolds, K. 2019. Realizing a comprehensive urban agriculture plan in New York City: Perspectives on Int. No. 1058-2018: A Local Law in Relation to Developing a Comprehensive Urban Agriculture Plan. Food Policy Monitor, 6/24/19. City University of New York Urban Food Policy Institute.
Reynolds, K., and Darly, S. (Equal authorship.) 2018. Commercial urban agriculture in the global city: perspectives from New York City and Métropole du Grand Paris. Food Policy Monitor, 12/11/18. City University of New York Urban Food Policy Institute.
Reynolds, K. 2017. L’agriculture urbaine aux États-Unis, une approche sociale et écologique. Cahiers de l’Institut d’Aménagement de d’Urbanisme [Urban agriculture in the United States, a social and ecological approach. Journal of the Institute of Planning and Urban Development], 173, 185-190.
Cohen, N., Reynolds, K., and Sanghvi, R., 2012. Five Borough Farm: Seeding the Future of Urban Agriculture in New York City. Design Trust for Public Space: New York, NY.
Reynolds, K. 2009. Urban agriculture in Alameda County, CA: Characteristics, challenges, and opportunities for assistance. University of California Small Farm Program Research Brief. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2009. Social Justice and Urban Agriculture. In Dufour, R. (ed.) Start a Farm in the City: Change Your Community by Growing What You Eat. ATTRA- National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.
Reynolds, K. 2008. Stress management for women farmers and ranchers. University of California Small Farm Program Research Brief. Division of Ag/Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2007. Information Channels Reaching Agriculture and On-Farm Nature
Tourism Visitors. University of California Small Farm Center Research Brief 2007-01. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. and D. Jolly, 2005. Potentials for increased farm profits and non-farmer awareness of agriculture: An assessment of consumer interest in agricultural and nature tourism. In Proceedings from Emerging Issues on the Urban-Rural Interfaces Conference. March 13-16, 2005. Atlanta, GA.
Jolly, D. and Reynolds, K. 2005. Consumer demand for agricultural- and on-farm nature tourism. University of California Small Farm Center Research Brief 2005-01. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2005. Talibah Al-Rafiq-California Cashmere Company. In Outstanding in their Fields: California’s Women Farmers, D. Jolly, editor. University of California Small Farm Center. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2005. Rachel Whitney: Whitney Ranch Blueberries. In Outstanding in their
Fields: California’s Women Farmers, D. Jolly, editor. University of California Small Farm Center. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2005. Mary Orr: Willow Creek Ranch. In Outstanding in their Fields: California’s Women Farmers, D. Jolly, editor. University of California Small Farm Center. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Reynolds, K. 2005. Jennifer Bice: Redwood Hill Farm. In Outstanding in their Fields: California’s Women Farmers, D. Jolly, editor. University of California Small Farm Center. UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
OP-EDS AND POPULAR MEDIA
Reynolds, K. 2016. “Urban agriculture’s contribution to sustainability depends on a focus
on social, economic, and political equity.” The Nature of Cities, Global Online Roundtable “Urban agriculture has many benefits. Is one of them a contribution to urban sustainability?” David Maddox, editor.
Contributors (in alphabetical order):
Jane Battersby, Cape Town | Katrin Bohn, Brighton | Christopher Bryant, Montreal | Easther Chigumira, Harare | Evan Fraser, Guelph | Kelly Hodgins, Guelph | Patrick Hurley, Collegeville, PA | Francois Mancebo, Paris | Idah Mbengo, Harare | Innisfree McKinnon, Menomonie | Leslie McLees, Eugene | Geneviève Metson, Vancouver | Navin Ramankutty, Vancouver | Kristin Reynolds, New York City | Esther Sanyé-Mengual, Bologna | Shaleen Singhal, New Delhi | Kathrin Specht, Müncheberg | Naomi Tsur, Jerusalem | Andre Viljoen, Brighton | Claudia Visoni, São Paulo.
Reynolds, K. and Agyeman, J. 2015. “Food Studies Not as Frivolous as You Might Think:
A Growing Academic Field Seeks to Understand Labor Conditions and Trade Agreements that Bring Us Our Daily Bread.” Zócalo Public Square. 11.04.15.
Reynolds, K. 2008. Urban and Urban Edge Agriculture. ATTRA News. Vol 16 (2). August.
ATTRA- National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service.
Reynolds, K. 2015. Small farm economic viability. In Teaching Direct Marketing and
Small Farm Viability: Resources for Instructors, 2nd edition. Perez, J., Brown, M., & Miles, A., eds. UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems.
Reynolds, K. 2004. Small farm viability today. In Teaching Direct Marketing and Small Farm Viability: Resources for Instructors. Miles, A. & M. Brown, eds. UC Santa Cruz Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems.