2015. Lentil Underground: How a Band of Renegade Montana Farmers are Changing the Food System. New York: Gotham Books/Penguin Random House.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
2017. DeLonge, M., Miles, A., and Carlisle, L. Research and Policy Directions to Support the Transition to Agroecology and Food System Sustainability. Journal of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 41(7), 855-879.
2016. Factors Influencing Farmer Adoption of Soil Health Practices in the US: A Narrative Review. Journal of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 40(6): 583-613.
2016. Making Heritage: The Story of Black Beluga Agriculture on the Northern Great Plains. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 106(1): 130-144.
2016. DeLonge, M., Miles, A., and Carlisle, L. Investing in the Transition to Sustainable Agriculture. Environmental Science & Policy 55(1): 266-273.
2015. Audits and Agrarianism: The Moral Economy of an Alternative Food Network: Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 3: 66 doi: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000066.
2014. Diversity, Flexibility, and the Resilience Effect: Lessons from a Social-Ecological Case Study on the Northern Great Plains. Ecology and Society 19(3): 45.
2013. Carlisle, L. and Miles, A. Closing the Knowledge Gap: How the USDA Could Tap the Potential of Biologically Diversified Farming Systems. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development 3(4): 219-225.
2013. Critical Agrarianism. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 29(2): 135-145.
2012. Sayre, N., Carlisle, L., Huntsinger, L., Fisher, G. and Shattuck, A. The Role of Rangelands in Diversified Farming Systems: Innovations, Obstacles, and Opportunities in the US. Ecology and Society 17(4): 43
Popular Media Articles and Reports
2017. "Mapping the Benefits of Farm Biodiversity." Civil Eats. April 3.
2017. "Agriculture Needs Sustainable 'Belowground Ecology.'" The Organic Broadcaster. Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service. January 12.
2016. "The Terrace Keepers." Stanford Social Innovation Review 14(4):13-14.
2016. "Building up Impact." Stanford Social Innovation Review 14(3):10-11.
2015. "Who's Keeping Organic Food Honest?" Ensia 23 November.
2015. "A Better Way for Our Food System." The Equation 17 November, Union of Concerned Scientists.
2015. "Is Farming a Public Service?" Los Angeles Times 9 July.
2015. “American Farms are in Trouble – This Modest Crop Could Save Them.” Business Insider 2 February.
2015. “Learn to Live with Drought – Eat More Lentils.” San Francisco Chronicle 23 January.
2015. “You Are What You Eat – and What It Eats Too.” The Equation 22 January, Union of Concerned Scientists.
2014. “The Downside of Eating Too Locally.” New York Times 26 November.
2014. Montana’s Lentil Underground. In Lentils: Gems in the Treasure State, Ed. Alison Harmon. Bozeman: Montana State University, p. 7.
2013. Carlisle, L. and Miles, A. Strengthening the U.S. Agricultural Research System. Five Perspectives on Improving the U.S. Public Research, Education, and Extension System. AGree.