Carlisle, L, de Wit, MM, DeLonge, MS, Calo, A, Getz, C, Ory, J, Munden-Dixon, K, Galt, R, Melone, B, Knox, R, Iles, A and Press, D. 2019. Securing the future of US agriculture: The case for investing in new entry sustainable farmers. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 7, 17.

DeLonge, M, Miles, A, and Carlisle, L. 2017. Triggering a positive research and policy feedback cycle to support a transition to agroecology and sustainable food systems.  Journal of Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 41(7), 855-879.

Carlisle, L. 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.

Carlisle, L. 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.

DeLonge, M, Miles, A, and Carlisle, L. 2016. Investing in the transition to sustainable agriculture. Environmental Science & Policy 55(1): 266-273.

Carlisle, L. 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

Carlisle, L. 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.

Carlisle, L. and Miles, A. 2013. 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.

Carlisle, L. 2013. Critical agrarianism. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 29(2): 135-145

Sayre, N, Carlisle, L, Huntsinger, L, Fisher, G, and Shattuck, A. 2012. The role of rangelands in diversified farming systems: Innovations, obstacles, and opportunities in the US. Ecology and Society 17(4): 43.