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Inside Agroforestry Article Library

The USDA National Agroforestry Center publishes the Inside Agroforestry newsletter to share experiences of farmers, forest managers, researchers, technical assistance providers, and others working in agroforestry. Articles highlight examples of agroforestry practices in action - on farms, research sites, and elsewhere.

Use the table to sort articles by agroforestry practice, location, or year. Learn about agroforestry examples in your state or region, from the past or present day, or on specific topics. To see all the Inside Agroforestry newsletters organized by date, visit our Publications page.

Agroforestry Practice Article Title Author Date Location
Multi-Story CroppingSoil Health on a Farm in HawaiiRichard Straight2019HI
SilvopastureSoil Nitrogen in Honeylocust SilvopastureGabriel J. Pent and John H. Fike2019
SilvopastureHazelnuts and Soil Health: Managing for Multiple Outcomes at My Brothers’ FarmKate MacFarland2019OR
GeneralIn Brief: A periodic summary of agroforestry-related journal articlesJohn S. Weedon2018
GeneralSouthwest Plant Selection ToolNAC2018
GeneralNew Treat or New Threat? Deciding if a Crop is a RiskRichard Straight2018HI
GeneralChestnut Genetics for Your FarmCasey Dahl and Kate MacFarland2018
GeneralSo Many Trees to Choose FromNAC2018
GeneralAgroforestry: Enhancing Resiliency in U.S. Agricultural Landscapes Under Changing ConditionsNAC2018
GeneralSelecting Plants for AdaptabilityRichard Straight2018
Alley Cropping, Forest FarmingAgroforestry in the TropicsScott Gallant2017CR
Forest FarmingForest Farming for New FarmersHolly Chittum2017
GeneralMilitary Veteran Farmers Practicing AgroforestryHyelee Won2017VA
GeneralA New Lease on Life with AgroforestryMatt Stannard2017
GeneralIn Brief: A periodic summary of agroforestry-related journal articlesJohn S. Weedon2017
WindbreaksConserving the Dust Bowl:The New Deal’s Prairie States Forestry ProjectNAC2017
WindbreaksIn Brief: A periodic summary of agroforestry-related journal articlesJohn S. Weedon2017
WindbreaksVegetative Environmental Buffers for Mid-Atlantic Poultry FarmsShawn Belt2017PA, MD
WindbreaksPacific Islands Multipurpose WindbreaksRichard Straight and Michael Constantinides2017HI
WindbreaksNew Frontiers in Tree Inventory and Monitoring for the Central United StatesTodd Kellerman, Dacia Meneguzzo and Greg Liknes2017
WindbreaksGIS and Remote Sensing for Kansas Windbreaks for Public OutreachBob Atchison and Darci Paull2017KS
Alley CroppingAgroforestry for New Farmers: Unexpected BenefitsKate MacFarland2016WI
Forest FarmingWhy Plant a Community Food Forest?Catherine Bukowski2016
Forest FarmingLessons from Growing GinsengKate MacFarland2016PA
GeneralWhy a Savanna Institute?Keefe Keeley and Donald Revord2016WI, IL
GeneralEcosystem-based Adaptation: Cultivating Climate Resilience with AgroforestryLaura Lengnick2016
GeneralConservation and Biological Diversity in Organic ProductionMiles McEvoy and Lindsay Haines2016
General, SilvopastureIn Brief: A periodic summary of agroforestry-related journal articlesJohn S. Weedon2016NY, NE
Multi-Story Cropping, SilvopastureCertified-Organic Indigenous Agroforestry in the Sacramento ValleyGreg House2016CA
Riparian Forest BuffersLaughing Stock Farm Improves Watershed Health and Habitat alongside Livestock StewardshipKatie MacKendrick2016OR
Riparian Forest BuffersMultifunctional Riparian Forest Buffers: A Tool for Merging Conservation and ProductionGary Bentrup and Katie Commender2016
Riparian Forest BuffersConfluence Farms: Habitat and Farmland Benefit from Partnerships in the Long Tom WatershedKatie MacKendrick2016OR
Riparian Forest Buffers, SilvopastureIn Brief: A periodic summary of agroforestry-related journal articlesJohn Weedon2016
SilvopastureSilvopasture Opportunity Provides Producer Benefits for Life’s TransitionsJohn Fike2016VA
SilvopastureSilvopasure From a Forester's PerspectiveAdam Downing2016VA
SilvopastureNew Ways for Old TerrainDiomy Zamora2016MN
SilvopastureBack to the Future: Producer Implements Silvopastures to Create a New Two-Story AgricultureJohn Fike2016VA
WindbreaksCan You Help Windbreak Researchers?Craig Stange2016NE, ND, SD, KS
WindbreaksRosmann Family Farms: Combining Windbreaks, Organic Practices, and PollinatorsRich Straight2016IA
Alley CroppingHow did the most common agroforestry practices get started? Alley CroppingGene Garrett2015
Forest FarmingHow did the most common agroforestry practices get started? Forest FarmingCatherine Bukowski2015
GeneralEvolution of Agroforestry Working GroupsKate MacFarland2015
GeneralEvolution of University Agroforestry Research and Formalization of Agroforestry EducationMike Gold2015
General25 Years of Research at NACMichele Schoeneberger and Kate MacFarland2015
GeneralUSDA Policy in AgroforestryEric Norland with Andy Mason2015
GeneralInterview with Previous directorsRich Straight2015
GeneralDeveloping the Technical Standards for AgroforestryKate MacFarland and Bruce Wight2015
GeneralUSFS S&PF Cooperative Forestry and the USDA National Agroforestry CenterKate MacFarland2015
GeneralAgroforestry and NIFAEric Norland2015
GeneralFarm Bill 2014: AgroforestryNAC2015
GeneralFinding Agroforestry Opportunities within SAREKate MacFarland2015
GeneralWhole Farm Revenue Protection: Reforming Risk Management for Diversified Farming OperationsJames Robinson2015
Riparian Forest BuffersHow did the most common agroforestry practices get started? Riparian Forest BuffersRichard Straight2015
Riparian Forest BuffersSweetening the Pot for ConservationClair Ryan2015PA
Riparian Forest BuffersOpportunities and Constraints: Using federal cost-share for multifunctional riparian buffer establishmentKatie Commender and Kate MacFarland2015VA
SilvopastureHow did the most common agroforestry practices get started? SilvopastureRichard Straight2015
SilvopastureImplementing Silvopasture with Farm Bill ProgramsTom Ward2015NC, VA
SilvopastureConverting Planted Pine to SilvopastureMichael Goodchild2015FL
WindbreaksHow did the most common agroforestry practices get started? WindbreaksBruce Wight2015
WindbreaksFinancial Assistance for Living Snow Fences in MinnesotaEric Ogdahl2015MN
GeneralPlant a Tree of LifeDiane Ragone2014HI
GeneralProducers to Consumers: The Emerging Role of Food HubsLily Brislen and Kate MacFarland2014
GeneralA Win-Win on Agricultural Lands: Creating Wildlife Habitat through AgroforestryGary Bentrup2014
GeneralDiverse native hedgerows deliver healthier crop systemsNancy Lee Adamson and Rachael F. Long2014CA
GeneralGrowing Tomorrow, TodayLilia McFarland2014
GeneralPayments for Ecosystem Services, Working Lands, and Agroforestry: Opportunities and ConstraintsKate MacFarland2014
Multi-Story CroppingFood ForestsKate MacFarland2014
Multi-Story CroppingForest Gardening: Growing a community for your orchard Erin Schneider2014WI
Multi-Story CroppingShade Coffee Benefits for widlife and growersEdwin Mas and Kate MacFarland2014PR
Riparian Forest BuffersAgroforestry Riparian Buffers: A Look on the Wild SideKate Commender2014VA
SilvopastureSteep hills meet steep demandsColleen Rossier2014PA
WindbreaksHave you ever eaten from a windbreak?Richard Straight2014WI
Alley CroppingPerfect Pair for Biofuel: Switchgrass & TreesMichael Blazier2013LA
GeneralAgroforestry and Forest Restoration in PennsylvaniaTracey Coulter2013PA
GeneralA Strategy for Agroforestry in the Chesapeake Bay WatershedJulie Mawhorter and Tom Ward2013
GeneralProtect Your Land using Agroforestry Techniques and Tribal Values to Mitigate Wildlife dangerColleen Rossier2013CA, OR
GeneralAdvancing the Agroforesty Component in Climate ChangeMichele Schoeneberger2013
Riparian Forest BuffersShade Coffee Production Enjoys ResurgenceRichard Straight2013PR
Riparian Forest BuffersRiparian Forest Protect Streambanks during flooding Charles J. Barden and Wayne A. Geyerr2013KS
SilvopastureVirginia is for Lovers-And SilvopastureColleen Rossier2013VA
SilvopastureSilvopasture and Fuel BreaksBruce Wight2013CA
SilvopastureCuban Cows Have it Made in the ShadeBoyd Kidwell2013MO
WindbreaksShelterbelts, Beef Producers' Behaviors, and Farming Practices: Using Social Marketing to Promote ChangeBetty Kelly and Bill Ashton2013MB
WindbreaksUsing Shelterbelts to Collect Water from SnowJohn Kort2013
SilvopastureScoring Big with Silvopasture, Goats in the WoodsUma Karki2012AL
SilvopastureNuts to Silvopasture in KentuckySid Brantly2012KY
SilvopastureQuantifying Quail QuestionsRichard Straight2012FL, SC
SilvopastureMaximize Returns with SilvopasturesBeverly Moseley2012TX
SilvopastureBest Silvopasture: Loblolly or Longleaf?Becky Barlow2012AL
SilvopasturePassionate about SilvopastureTroy Bishopp2012NY
Alley CroppingAlley Cropping: A relic from the past or a bridge to the future?H.E. 'Gene' Garrett, W.D. 'Dusty' Walter, Larry D. Godsey2011
Alley CroppingA new way in Iowa(y)Richard Straight2011IA
Alley CroppingThe human considerations in the adoption of alley croppingGail Brant2011
Alley CroppingProfits, not prolemsDoug Wallace2011WI
Alley CroppingCatching the energy waveDoug Wallace2011AL, MI, NC
Alley CroppingEntrepreneurship: Begin it with research, end it with profitDoug Wallace2011MO
Alley CroppingLast, but not leastDoug Wallace2011
Alley CroppingAlley cropping: making money with no complaintsDoug Wallace2011TN
Alley Cropping, WindbreaksCrossing over the borderRichard Straight2011Canada
GeneralRegional renovation & restorationTasha Gibby2011
Riparian Forest BuffersHolding it all togetherGary Bentrup, Mike Dosskey, Gary Wells and Michele Schoeneberger2011
Riparian Forest BuffersAnd the winner is…..Doug Wallace2011
Riparian Forest BuffersMcKenzie Creek Floodplain RecoveryDoug Wallace2011MO
Riparian Forest BuffersHouston Toad CCPIDoug Wallace2011TX
Riparian Forest BuffersHow wide is wide enough?Richard Straight2011
WindbreaksTrees protecting organic cropsRichard Straight2011NE
WindbreaksWorking trees keep the roads clearCriag Zeigler2011OR
WindbreaksOut of sight; out of mind?Nate Goodrich2011MO
WindbreaksDesigned with pollinators in mindNancy Adamson and Thomas Ward2011
WindbreaksVaried weather creating uncertaintyRichard Straight2011
GeneralJump on board!Doug Wallace2010
GeneralHelp for silvopasture trainingRichard Straight2010AL, FL
GeneralAgroforestry is a technology that has truly "come of age" NAC2010
Riparian Forest Buffers, WindbreaksAccounting for agroforestryRichard Straight2010
Forest FarmingDiverse stakeholders enhance researchJames Chamberlain2008
GeneralNAC Research: Covering a lot of groundKimberly Stuhr2008
GeneralProduct driven researchMichele Schoeneberger2008
GeneralNursery and restoration programKasten Dumroese2008
GeneralTop Ten Agroforestry WebsitesNAC2008
GeneralWorking trees for carbon, bioenergy, tooMichele Schoeneberger2008
GeneralReframing strategies for climate changeDr. Constance Millar2008
GeneralVariety is the spice of agroforestryRichard Straight2008
GeneralAssessing land healthLyn Townsend2008
GeneralIf you haven't got your health, you haven't got anythingRichard Straight2008
GeneralGreat Plains States Concerned about Emerald Ash BorerSteve Rasmussen2008
GeneralFire...a hot button for AgroforestryLyn Townsend2008
Riparian Forest Buffers, WindbreaksAgroforestry and the rural-urban interfaceKimberly Stuhr2008
Riparian Forest Buffers, WindbreaksSome assembly required*tools includedMike Dosskey and Gary Bentrup2008
SilvopastureSilvopasture Research: Leveraging resourcesRichard Straight2008AL
Forest FarmingRaking in the green stuffJames Chamberlain2007OR, NC, WA
Forest FarmingWith an "I" toward management intensityNAC2007
Forest FarmingNon-timber forest products: Unconventional options for innovative landownersJames Chamberlain2007
Forest FarmingMigration of plants, people and traditionKimberly Stuhr2007
Forest FarmingDon't overlook urban forest productsNAC2007MD
Forest Farming, Multi-Story CroppingForest Farming by any other nameBruce Wight2007
GeneralGreater Impact from Conservation TargetingMike Dosskey2007
GeneralRestoring the DeltaMike Dosskey2007
GeneralMaking connections with GISGary Bentrup & Todd Kellerman2007
GeneralZoom: magnify your planning effectivenessGary Wells2007
GeneralEstimating carbon in agroforestry practicesMiles Merwin2007
GeneralForest mapping for the futureKarl Della Rosa2007
SilvopastureEcological sites mimic natural systemsMichael Hall, Richard Oliver and Homer Sanchez2007
SilvopastureTransitions: CRP: Pines to SilvopastureMichael Hall, Richard Oliver and Homer Sanchez2007
SilvopastureTransitions: Success StoryMichael Hall2007SC
SilvopastureGoats in the ForestLyn Townsend and Bruce Wright2007CA
SilvopastureMake a silvopasture and blow out the wildfireRichard Straight2007
SilvopastureWildlife à la modeMichael Hall2007
SilvopastureConservation Security Program and SilvopastureLyn Townsend2007
SilvopastureEconomics of forage alternativesKimberly Stuhr2007
SilvopastureA Taste of Silvopasture ResearchGreg Ruark2007OR, TX, MO, AL, FL
Forest FarmingGreen from greensNAC2006IL
GeneralAgroforestry relieves stress from Growing PainsRichard Straight2006
GeneralConsiderations for establishing agroforestry practices on aceragesNAC2006
GeneralHarmony on the landscapeGary Wells2006
GeneralGet the edge with Working TreesNAC2006
GeneralBuying and Selling the EarthNAC2006
GeneralWoodys have biomass potentialNAC2006
GeneralBig savingsNAC2006
GeneralFrom Wood to FuelThomas Elder2006
GeneralEnvironmental benefits of biomass energyNAC2006
Riparian Forest BuffersAn end to the seemlessly endless mowingDon Outen2006MD
SilvopastureSilvopasture DiariesLyn Ellison2006MS
Silvopasture, WindbreaksDon't get burned: Co-existing with fireKimberly Stuhr2006
WindbreaksUSDA Organic CertifiedKimberly Stuhr2006
Alley Cropping, WindbreaksTree-based intercropping in southern OntarioAndrew M. Gordon & Naresh Thevathasan2005Canada
GeneralAn outdoor learning experience: Waterspout GardensLaura Downey2005KS
GeneralFrom awareness to industry developmentLisa Zabek2005Canada
GeneralAgroforestry: An emerging field in Atlantic CanadaCaroline Page2005Canada
Riparian Forest BuffersRiparian forests: improving water quality within the streamBern Sweeney2005MD, PA
Riparian Forest BuffersA long, long time ago (A riparian history)E. West and G. Ruark2005CO
Riparian Forest BuffersA river runs to it: Riparian buffers in the Mississippi river basinRich Straight2005
Riparian Forest BuffersRiparian restoration: The Chesapeake Bay watershed's most successful initiativeSally Claggett2005MD, PA, VA
Riparian Forest BuffersIt’s true with real estate and now we know it’s true with riparian forest buffers: Location! Location! LocationMike Dosskey2005
Riparian Forest BuffersCows and FishAlberta Cow & Fish Partners2005Canada
Riparian Forest Buffers, WindbreaksAgroforestry a part of Canada’s green coverLaura Poppy2005Canada
Alley Cropping, Forest FarmingCaring for CoralBob Richmond and Robert McConnel2004GU
GeneralIf your only tool is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nailNAC2004
GeneralIs your BMP working?USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area2004
GeneralAgroforestry Tools: The Spherical DensiometerNAC2004
GeneralPollinators: Wildlife we can't afford to live withoutKimberly Stuhr2004AZ
Riparian Forest BuffersStroud Center: Searching streams for “overlooked wildlife”Stroud Water Research Center2004PA
Riparian Forest BuffersCritics say, “Two thumbs up... Buffer$ pay!”Gary Bentrup2004
Riparian Forest BuffersMapping opportunities for agroforestryGary Bentrup2004
Riparian Forest BuffersPixel this: Visual simulations aid in resource planningGary Bentrup2004
Riparian Forest BuffersIt’s sedimentary: EBA/FRA=efficiencyNAC2004
Riparian Forest BuffersBuffers Help SalmonLarry Hooker2004WA
Riparian Forest BuffersBusinesses get publicity, wildlife get habitatWildlife Habitat Council2004
SilvopastureWild Turkeys Love SilvopastureJim Robinson2004
WindbreaksAdding up the benefitsSoftware calculates the economic potential of windbreaks2004
Alley CroppingAlley cropping in Guam; hedgerows benefit crops and soil nitrogenNAC2003GU
Alley Cropping, WindbreaksImproving financial returns early in an orchard’s life through alley croppingNAC2003ME
Forest FarmingIncreasing production in native stands of pawpawNAC2003OH
Forest FarmingGinseng production utilizing natural fungicidesNAC2003NC
Forest FarmingState Success: West Virginia Funds Forest FarmingNAC2003WV
GeneralWhy not to plant treesDavid Wedin2003
GeneralAgroforestry: Part of a Sustainable Future for AgricultureNAC2003
GeneralCompleting the technology transfer cycleNAC2003
GeneralSARE grants: A brief overviewNAC2003
GeneralMixing trees with tropical plants offers new revenueNAC2003HI
GeneralFLEP Overview New Program Gives NIPF Owners BoostNAC2003
GeneralFederal Funding Support for AgroforestryNAC2003
GeneralState Funding Support for AgroforestryNAC2003
GeneralPrivate Funding Support for AgroforestryNAC2003
WindbreaksWindbreaks transform South Carolina countyBruce Wright2003SC
WindbreaksGrowing training program, growing windbreaksDan Ogle2003ID
WindbreaksHoney Bees: Wind Speed Affects PollinationDaniel G. Pesante2003PR
WindbreaksHawaiian WindbreaksBob Joy2003HI
WindbreaksProductive ConservationBruce Wright2003MA
WindbreaksPlanning to PlantingGary Kuhn2003WA
WindbreaksState Success: Partnership Saves Lives on Minnesota HighwaysNAC2003MN
Alley Cropping, SilvopastureCattle, Trees and Leo HollingerJoan Love Smith2002AL
GeneralA Veneer Mill on WheelsGary Kuhn2002WA
SilvopastureFire and SilvopasturePatrick Shaver2002OR
SilvopastureSilvopasture gaining momentum in the SouthKimberly Stuhr2002AL, FL, GA, SC
SilvopastureAre you EQIP'd? EQIP helps producers with silvopasture technology to protect forests and waterFrank Gariligo2002ID
WindbreaksWindbreaks ease tension between poultry farmers & and nearby community residentsGeorge Malone2002
WindbreaksShelterbelts: An answer to growing odor concerns?Joe Colletti and John Tyndall2002IA
WindbreaksOdor is more than what meets the noseRonald Sheffield2002
WindbreaksForest edges trap airborne pollutents from adjoining fieldKathleen C. Weathers, Mary L. Cadenasso, and Steward T.A. Pickett2002
Alley CroppingConsiderations for Designing an Alley Cropping PracticeNAC2001
Alley CroppingAgroforestry and Alley Cropping: Opportunities for the 21 Century and BeyondGene Garrett2001
Alley CroppingOregon Family Farm Mixes: Christmas Tree and Black WalnutMiles Merwin2001OR
Alley CroppingStop Soil Erosion with Alley CroppingD.W. Countryman and J.C. Murrow2001IA
Alley CroppingHow to Build Economic Diversity with Alley CroppingLarry D Godsey2001
Alley CroppingTimberbelts Holding up the FarmScott Josiah2001
Alley CroppingAlley Cropping System Buffers Water TableKimberly Stuhr2001NM
GeneralGreen Infrastructure: Reconnecting Agriculture and CommunitiesGary Bentrup2001
GeneralA Big City A Big NeedRichard Straight2001NY
GeneralTopeka Kansas: Getting Greener Gets the Job DoneMark Green2001KS
GeneralHow Agroforestry Applies to CommunitiesGary Bentrup2001
GeneralThirsty for SolutionsKimberly Stuhr2001ID
Riparian Forest BuffersProtecting Water: Every Drop CountsBern Sweeny and Claire Birney 2001NY
WindbreaksGetting buffers on the ground: a group effortRichard Straight2001NE
WindbreaksSaving Our Aging Windbreak BuffersBruce Wright2001ND
WindbreaksA Good Thing Doing Good ThingsKimberly Stuhr2001ID
WindbreaksLiving SnowfencesDean Gullickson2001MN
Forest FarmingFinding Markets for Special Forest ProductsKimberly Stuhr2000
Forest FarmingLook at the PossibilitiesKimberly Stuhr2000
Forest FarmingSpecialty Forest ProductsScott Josiah2000
Forest FarmingSpotlight on Success: Alabama Forming a Producer Associaiton might be the way to goKimberly Stuhr2000AL
GeneralWillow A Renewable Energy Source Is Growing On Western New York FarmsStacie Edick and Tom Volk2000NY
GeneralEmerging Hybrid Poplar TechnologiesJon D. Johnson2000
GeneralThe Carbon Dioxide Debate: A PremierGreg Ruark2000
GeneralWhat’s All This Talk About Carbon?Kimberly Stuhr2000
GeneralOver 150 RC&D’s Involved in AgroforestryGreg Ruark2000
GeneralExploring Opportunities for Hybrid PoplarGary Kuhn2000WA
Riparian Forest BuffersConservation Buffers Work...Environmentally and EconomicallyMax Schnepf2000
Riparian Forest BuffersRiparian Forest Buffers and Livestock in VermontSally Eugair2000VT
Riparian Forest Buffers“Dead Zone” in The Gulf of Mexico is a National Problem; Agroforestry Can HelpKimberly Stuhr2000
Riparian Forest Buffers, WindbreaksA Conversation About Carbon CreditsTim King and Janet Kidder2000
WindbreaksWorking Trees: Windbreaks for Carbon in the U.S.James R. Brandle and Greg Ruark2000ND, SD, MN
WindbreaksDon't Leave Pivot Corners "Empty" Gary Kuhn2000WA
GeneralValue of Insect Habitat in AgroforestsAdam Kranz2015IL
SilvopastureIncorporating Pollinator Habitat into SilvopastureTom Ward and Nancy Adamson2015
SilvopastureThinning for Pollinators and Healthier Forest CommunitiesTom Ward and Nancy Adamson2015
Riparian Forest BuffersFeasting on the forest bufferNancy Adamson and Katie Trozzo2015
GeneralPollination=Preservation: A Unique Ecotourism Experience in the Nebraska SandhillsKat Shiffler2015NE
GeneralZaagkii: The Earth’s Gifts bestowed upon Michigan’s Upper Peninsula LandscapeJan Shultz2015MI
GeneralPollinator Conservation in Pacific Islands AgroforestryEric Lee-Mäder and Jolie Goldenetz-Dollar2015AS
Forest FarmingForest Farming: Pollinators and Native MedicinalsAnne Stine2015
Forest FarmingConservation Through Collaboration: Rural Action and Wayne National Forest Team Up To Protect At-risk SpeciesTanner Filyaw2020OH
SilvopastureUsing Cow Power to Help Restore Longleaf Pine Ecosystems in LouisianaTroy Mallach, Jason Nolde, John Pitre, and David Daigle2020LA
GeneralFrom Ideas to Action: A Guide to Funding and Authorities for Collaborative RestorationEmery Cowan, Tyson Bertone-Riggs, and Emily Jane Davis2020

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