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New York Minute - 2007-2014

New York Minute Archive

Issue 61/May 2014: Women Farming in NYS: Trends and comparisons over time

by Robin Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink, Cornell University

Issue 60/January 2014: Volunteering in NYS: Building Community Capacity

by Jan Vink and Robin Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 59/November 2013: A Snapshot of SNAP: Changes in Program Participation & Benefits

by Robin Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink, Cornell University

Issue 58/September 2013: How Healthy is YOUR Community?

by Jan Vink and Robin Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 57/July 2013: NYS local government: Where does the money go?

by Robin M. Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink, Cornell University

Issue 56/May 2013: Origins and Destinations: Movers to and from Upstate New York

By Jan Vink and Robin Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 55/March 2013: Characteristics of movers to and from Upstate New York

By Robin M. Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink Cornell University

Issue 54/January 2013: New Yorkers and Energy Consumption

By Jan Vink and Robin M. Blakely-Armitage Cornell University

Issue 53/November 2012: New York State’s Farmland

By Robin M. Blakely-Armitage and Jan Vink, Cornell University

Issue 52/September 2012: New York's Diverse Latino Population

by Jan Vink and Robin M. Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 51/July 2012: Linking Teacher Evaluation and Student Performance: What do New Yorkers Think?

By John W. Sipple and Robin M. Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 50/May 2012: The Tension Between Economic Growth & Environmental Values

by Robin Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 49/March 2012: What do Upstate New Yorkers Think of Poverty and Poor People?

By Robin Blakely-Armitage, Cornell University

Issue 48/February 2012: Building Local Capacity to Prevent Childhood Obesity in New York

By Christina Stark, Cornell University
References for "Building Local Capacity to Prevent Childhood Obesity in New York"

Issue 47/October 2011: Are Rural Schools (in)efficient and (un)productive?

by John W. Sipple, Cornell University

Issue 46/August 2011: Human Capital, Local Economic Development, & the Importance of Colleges & Universities

by Jaison R. Abel and Richard Deitz, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Issue 45/June 2011: The Brain Drain/Gain Issue: Residential Expectations of Young Adults in New York's Southern Tier

by Scott R. Sanders, David L. Brown and Max J. Pfeffer

Issue 44/April 2011: State of Upstate New York: A First Look

Issue 43/February 2011: Housing for New York's Farmworkers

by Mary Jo Dudley and Emily Hamilton

Issue 42/December 2010: Growing Farmers Markets in Northern New York: Improving Community Development, Food Access, and Farm Returns

by Todd M. Schmit and Miguel I. Gomez, Cornell University

Issue 41/October 2010: LEAD NY: Cultivating New Leaders for the Food & Agriculture Industry

by Larry Van De Valk, Cornell University

Issue 40/August 2010: CCE's "Energy Efficiency Rebates Tool": Estimating cost savings & job creation from local energy efficiency work

By Ken Schlather, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Tompkins County

Issue 39/June 2010: Environmental Volunteering and Older Adults

By Linda Wagenet, Cornell University

Issue 38/April 2010: Natural increase is the key to NYS population growth

By Kenneth M. Johnson, Carsey Institute, University of New Hampshire

Issue 37/February 2010: Community Attitudes Towards a Climate Action Plan (CAP)

By Richard C. Stedman and Katherine A. McComas, Cornell University

Issue 36/December 2009: Implications of Introducing Wine into NYS Grocery Stores

By Bradley Rickard, Cornell University

Issue 35/November 2009: School Consolidation: What do New Yorkers Think?

By John W. Sipple and Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University

Issue 34/October 2009: Community Awareness of Wildlife Disease

By Darrick Evensen, Dan Decker, Bill Siemer (Cornell University)

Issue 33/September 2009: Where do New Yorkers want to live?

By Robin M. Blakely & David L. Brown, Cornell University

Issue 32/August 2009: The Power of Peer Learning Programs in Natural Resources

By Shorna Broussard Allred and Gary Goff, Cornell University

Issue 31/July 2009: Latino In-Migration among Counties in Decline

By Ronald L. Mize (Cornell University), Aditi Mehta (M.I.T.), Sarah Heath Olesiuk (Boston College), and Elias Saba (University of Pennsylvania)

Issue 30/June 2009: For New Yorkers, it's all about the Economy

By Robin M. Blakely and Andrea C. Elmore, Cornell University

Issue 29/May 2009: The Reluctant Rural Warriors

By Patrick J. Carr, Rutgers University- New Brunswick and Maria J. Kefalas, Saint Joseph's University

Issue 28/April 2009: Are Both Parents Always Better Than One? Parental Conflict and Young Adult Well-Being

By Kelly Musick (Cornell University) and Ann Meier (University of Minnesota)

Issue 27/March 2009: Health Care Reform – What do New Yorkers Think? (Part 2)

By Kosali Simon and William White, Cornell University

Issue 26/February 2009: Health Care Reform – What do New Yorkers Think? (Part 1)

By Kosali Simon and William White, Cornell University

Issue 25/January 2009: The Changing Demographic Profile of Rural Areas

By Annabel Kirschner (Washington State University), E. Helen Berry (Utah State University) and Nina Glasgow (Cornell University)

Issue 24/December 2008: Local Politics and Market Forces: A case study of ethanol development in NYS

By Djahane Salehabadi and Max J. Pfeffer, Cornell University
Full list of references

Issue 23/November 2008: The Economic Significance of the Not-for-Profit Sector

By David Kay, Cornell University

Issue 22/October 2008: Gas Drilling in NYS: Riches or Ruin for Landowners and Communities?

By Rod Howe and David Kay (Cornell University)

Issue 21/September 2008: Attitudes Toward Rural Community Life in New York State

By Robin M. Blakely & David L. Brown (Cornell University)
Citations:

  • W.W.Kellogg Foundation. 2001. "Perceptions of Rural America." Battle Creek, Michigan: W.W. Kellogg Foundation.
  • Roper Association.1992. "Public Attitudes toward Rural America and Rural Electric Cooperatives" Washington, D.C.: National Rural Electric Cooperatives Association.
  • Willets, Fern K., Robert C. Bealer, and Vincent L. Timbers. 1990. “Popular Images of “Rurality”: Data from a Pennsylvania Survey.” Rural Sociology 55(4).

Issue 20/August 2008: Understanding EU US Rural Policy Differences

by Mildred Warner (Cornell University), and Sally Shortall (Queen’s University, Belfast)

Issue 19/July 2008: Land and Diet: What’s the most land efficient diet for New York State?

By Christian J. Peters, Jennifer L. Wilkins, and Gary W. Fick, Cornell University

Issue 18/June 2008: The Census Counts…and How!

By Warren Brown, Cornell University, Jeff Osinski, NYS Association of Counties, & Robert Scardamalia, Empire State Development

Issue 17/May 2008: The Impact of Agriculture: It’s More Than Economic (Part II)

By Gilbert W. Gillespie Jr., Duncan L. Hilchey, David L. Kay, and R. David Smith, Cornell University

Issue 16/April 2008: The Impact of Agriculture: It’s More Than Economic (Part I)

By Duncan L. Hilchey, Gilbert W. Gillespie Jr., David L. Kay, and R. David Smith, Cornell University

Issue 15/March 2008: Local land uses and downstream benefits: How farmer attitudes influence watershed conservation practices

By Richard C. Stedman (Cornell University), Erin E. James (Virginia Tech), and Peter J. Kleinman (USDA-Agricultural Research Service)

Issue 14/February 2008: Are Older In-Migrants to Rural Communities “Grey Gold”?

By David L. Brown, and Nina Glasgow, Cornell University

Issue 13/January 2008: Are New Yorkers Satisfied with the Public Education in their Communities?

By Robin M. Blakely, and John W. Sipple, Cornell University

Issue 12/December 2007: Are towns outside of NYC feeling the effects of rural gentrification?

By Claiborne Walthall, Cornell University

Issue 11/November 2007: Do residential preferences foster sprawl in upstate New York?

By David Kay, Joseph Laquatra, Jordan Suter, Rolf Pendall, and Nelson Bills

Issue 10/October 2007: Driver’s Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants: Policy Considerations for New York State

By Mary Jo Dudley and Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University

Issue 9/September 2007: Home Grown Power: Community Energy Initiatives in Upstate NY

By Shawn Lindabury, Todd M. Schmit, Tania Schusler, and Rod Howe , Cornell University

Issue 8/August 2007: New Yorkers are more optimistic about their personal finances than the State’s economic future

By Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University

Issue 7/July 2007: Community Issues in New York State: What’s Important?

By Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University

Issue 6/June 2007: What does “Community” mean to New Yorkers?

By Robin M. Blakely & David L. Brown, Cornell University

Issue 5/May 2007: Health Care Access in Rural NY: It’s not just about having health insurance

By Robin M. Blakely & Kosali I. Simon, Cornell University

Issue 4/April 2007: New York State Consumers Express Strong Interest in Local Food

By Duncan Hilchey & Joe Francis, Cornell University

Issue 3/March 2007: What are the Plans of Owners of Idle Agricultural Land in NYS?

By David L. Kay and Nelson Bills, Cornell University

Issue 2/February 2007: What Issues Are Important to Upstate New Yorkers?

By Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University

Issue 1/January 2007: What is Rural? And why does it matter?

By Robin M. Blakely, Cornell University