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This section of my site describes the resources I referenced in the contruction of my site. References are listed in APA bibliograpy style.

Adam, K., Balasubrahamanyam, R., & Born, H. (199, November). Direct marketing. Retrieved March 25, 2008, from ATTRA – National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service:
Bachmann, J. (2002). Farmers' markets. Retrieved April 04, 2008, from National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service Web site:

Dollahite, J.S., Nelson, J.A., Frongillo, E.A., & Griffin, M.R. (2005). Building capacity through enhanced collaboration in the farmers market nutrition program. Agriculture and Human Values, 22, 339-354.
Getting started with farmers’ markets. Retrieved April 01, 2008, from Wallace Center Web site:

Halweil, B. (2002, November). Worldwatch Paper #163: Home grown: The case for local food in a global market. Retrieved April 19, 2008, from Worldwatch Institute:
Hamilton, N.D. (2002). Farmers’ markets rules, regulations, and opportunities. Fayetteville: The National Agricultural Law Center. Retrieved April 4, 2008, from National Agricultural Law Center Web site:

Lancaster County Website: Library. (2005). Retrieved April 18, 2008, from Lancaster County PA Government Online:
Oregon State University Extension Service. (2006, December). When things don’t work: Some insights into why farmers’ markets close. Retrieved April 07, 2008, from Extension Service Publications and Multimedia Catalog:

Ostrom, M., & Lyons, Z. (2007). Washington state farmers market manual. Olympia: WSDA Small Farm and Direct Marketing Program.
Pennsylvania Dutch Convention & Visitors Bureau. (2008). Lancaster county farmers markets: fresh produce in pennsylvania dutch country. Retrieved April 17, 2008, from Lancaster County, The Heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country:

Pinstrup-Anderson, P. Towards a sustainable global food system: What will it take? (2002) Retrieved April 23, 2008, from the International Food Policy Research Institute:

ROOT’S Country Market & Auction Inc. (2003-2008). Retrieved April 20, 2008, from ROOT’S Country Market & Auction Inc.:

Unknown. (2007). Policy: Farmers market coalition. Retrieved April 10, 2008, from Farmers Market Coalition Web site:

United States Department of Agriculture. (2007, June 19). Agricultural Marketing Service – Farmers Market Growth. Retrieved April 17, 2008, from Agricultural Marketing Service:

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