Co-Management of Food Safety and Sustainability
- Balancing Food Safety and Sustainability - Opportunities for Co-management (PDF 1669KB), UC ANR Cooperative Extension
Co-management Practice Resources
A series of resource sheets for food safety auditors that describe conservation practices commonly used in agriculture’s production environment.
- Introduction to Auditor Resource Materials (UCANR 749 KB)
- Practices in the production field
- Cover Crops and Vegetative Barriers (UCANR 1,099 KB)
- Soil Amendments (UCANR 1,020 KB)
- Irrigation Ditches and Tailwater Systems (UCANR 1,173 KB)
- Practices adjacent to the production field
- Vegetated Practices Adjacent to Fields (UCANR 1,273 KB)
- Hedgerows (UCANR 1,174 KB)
- Windbreaks and Wind Barriers (UCANR 1,016 KB)
- Constructed Wetlands (UCANR 1,040 KB)
- Vegetated Practices for Wildlife (UCANR 909 KB)
- Sediment Basins (UCANR 1,000 KB)
- Practices in the production environment
- M. Beretti and D. Stuart. Food safety and environmental quality impose conflicting demands on Central Coast growers. California Agriculture 62(2):68-73.
- Crohn, D.M. and M.L. Bianchi. 2008. Research Priorities for Coordinating Management of Food Safety and Water Quality. Journal of Environmental Quality 37(4):1411-1418.
- Lowell, K., J. Langholz, and D. Stuart. 2010. Safe and Sustainable: Co-Managing for Food Safety and Ecological Health in California’s Central Coast Region. San Francisco, CA. and Washington, D.C: The Nature Conservancy of California and the Georgetown University Produce Safety Project. An Initiative of The Pew Charitable Trusts at Georgetown University. See www.producesafetyproject.org for more information.