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Meet the UMCA Faculty and Staff

Michael Gold

Michael Gold, Ph.D.


203F Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Bldg
Columbia, MO 65211
goldm@missouri.edu
573-884-1448

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Research Administration

Associate Director, UMCA.

Outreach

Co-editor - Action in Agroforestry Newsletter, Green Horizons Newsletter.

Teaching

FOR 4385/7385 - Agroforestry I: Theory, Practice and Adoption, as part of online (nonthesis) Agroforestry Masters and Graduate Certificate programs. .
http://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/agroforestry/index.aspx

Research Foci

Marketing research on nontraditional products (e.g., chestnut, elderberry, pawpaw) to enhance market development of agroforestry products; chestnut orchard production and market research directed to development of chestnut (mainly Chinese cultivars - Castanea mollissima) as a viable horticultural crop for Missouri producers.

Graduate Education

Currently advise 15 agroforestry online MS programs, 11 graduate certificate programs.
http://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/cafnr/agroforestry/masters/index.aspx

Current Grants

  • Gold, M.A. (PD). Agroforestry and Specialty Crop Development for Resource Stewardship, Livelihoods and Vibrant Communities across Missouri. MO NRCS. 2018-2021. $102,318.
  • Gold, M.A. (PD). Integrating Agroforestry into Small Farm Productions System. USDA ARS, 2016-2020. $3,928,295.
  • Gold, M.A. (PD). Missouri Agroforestry Summer Institutes: HS Educator Training for Curriculum Delivery 2017-2020. NCR SARE PDP. $70,334.
  • Cai, Z. (PD), Co-PI: Gold, Thomas, Byers. Establishing Missouri?s Pawpaw Industry: Horticulture, Market Research, and Outreach. MO SCBG. 2019 - 2020. $29,751.

Selected Publications

    • Gold, M.A. 2020. Anthromes ? temperate and tropical agroforestry. Encyclopedia of the World?s Biomes. D. Del La Sala and M. Goldstein, eds. (in press).
    • McGowan, K.G, Byers, P.L., Jose, S., Gold, M.A. and Thomas, A.L. 2019. Flower production and effect of flower harvest on berry yields within six American elderberry genotypes. Acta Horticulturae. DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2019.1265.14
    • Gold, M.A. 2019. Agroforestry for the cultivation of nuts. Chapter 17. In: M.R. Mosquera-Losada and R. Prabhu (eds.) Agroforestry for Sustainable Agriculture. Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge, UK.
    • Jose, S., Gold, M.A., and Garrett, H.E. 2018. Temperate Agroforestry in the United States: Current Trends and Future Directions. In: Temperate Agroforestry Systems 2nd Edition. A.M. Gordon, S.M. Newman, B. Coleman (Editors)
    • Hemmelgarn, H., Ball, A., Gold, M. and Stelzer, H. 2018. Agroforestry Education for High School Agriculture Science: An Evaluation of Novel Content Adoption following Educator Professional Development Programs. Agrofor. Syst. DOI: 10.1007/s10457-018-0278-7
    • Mori, G.O., Gold, M.A., and Jose, S. 2018. Specialty crops in temperate agroforestry systems: Sustainable management, marketing and promotion for the Midwest region of the U.S.A. In: Integrating landscapes - Agroforestry for biodiversity conservation and food sovereignty. Montagnini, F. (ed.).
    • Lovell, S.T., Dupraz, C., Gold, M.A., Jose, S., Revord, R., Stanek, E., and Wolz. K. 2017. Temperate Agroforestry Research ? Considering Multifunctional Woody Polycultures and the Design of Long-Term Field Trials. Agroforestry Systems doi:10.1007/s10457-017-0087-4
    • Cai, Z., Gold, M. and Brannan, R. 2018. An Exploratory Analysis of US Consumer Preferences for North American Pawpaw. Agroforestry Systems. DOI: 10.1007/s10457-018-0296-5
    • Rhodes, T.K., Aguilar, F.X., Jose, S., and Gold, M.A. 2016. Factors influencing the adoption of riparian forest buffers in the Tuttle Creek Reservoir watershed of Kansas, USA. Agroforest Syst. doi:10.1007/s10457-016-0045-6
    • Cernusca, M.M. and Gold, M.A. 2015. Breaking down market barriers for elderberry growers and producers. Acta Horticulturae 1061:269-277.
    • Cernusca, M.M., Aguilar, F.X., and Gold, M.A. 2012. Post-purchase evaluation of U.S. consumers? preferences for chestnuts. Agroforestry Systems 86(3):355-364.
    • Cernusca, M.M., Gold, M.A., and Godsey, L.D. 2012. Using the Porter Model to Analyze the U.S. Elderberry Industry. Agroforestry Systems 86(3):365-377.
    • Valdivia, C., Barbieri, C., and Gold, M.A. 2012. Between forestry and farming: Policy and environmental implications of the barriers to agroforestry adoption. Canadian J. of Ag. Economics 60(2):155-175.
    • Aguilar F.X., M.M. Cernusca, M.A. Gold and C. Barbieri. 2010. Frequency of consumption, familiarity and preferences for chestnuts in Missouri. Agroforestry Systems 79:19-29.
    • Aguilar, F.X., Cernusca, M.M., and Gold, M.A. 2009. A preliminary assessment of consumer preferences for chestnuts (Castanea spp.) using conjoint analysis. HortTechnology 19(1): 216-223.
    • Gold, M.A., Cernusca, M.M., and Godsey, L.D. 2009. Agroforestry Product Markets and Marketing. Chapter 11. In: Garrett, H.E. (ed). North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice. 2nd Edition. Agronomy Society of America, Madison, WI
    • Cernusca, M.M., Gold, M.A., and Godsey, L.D. 2008. Influencing consumer awareness through the Missouri chestnut roast. Journal of Extension 46(6). http://www.joe.org/joe/2008december/rb7p.shtml
    • Gold, M.A., Cernusca, M.M., and Godsey, L.D. 2008. A competitive market analysis of the U.S. shiitake mushroom marketplace. HortTechnology 18(3): 489-499.
    • Gold, M.A., Cernusca, M.M., and Godsey, L.D. 2006. Competitive Market Analysis: Chestnut Producers. HortTechnology 16(2): 360-369.
    • Gold, M.A., Godsey, L.D., and Cernusca. M.M. 2005. Competitive market analysis of eastern red cedar. Forest Products Journal 55(12): 58-65.
    • Gold, M.A., Cernusca, M.M., and Godsey, L.D. 2005. Update on consumers? preferences for chestnuts. HortTechnology 15(4):904-906.
    • Proceedings/Other Publications
    • Gold, M.A. and Z. Cai. 2018. 2018 Annual Market Survey: Reduced Yields, Growing Demand and Increased Organic Production. The Chestnut Grower 19(3): 1,4-5.
    • Gold, M.A.; Cernusca M.M.; Jose S. 2013. Creating the knowledge infrastructure to enhance landowner adoption of agroforestry through an agroforestry academy. In: Laura Poppy, L, J. Kort, B. Schroeder, T. Pollock and R. Soolanayakanahally (eds.) Agroforestry ? Innovations in Agriculture. Proc., 13th North American Agroforestry Conf. Charlottetown, PEI, Canada. p. 92-96.
    • Mason, A.; Blanche, C.; Crowe, T.; Gold, M.; Jacobson, M,; Jose, S.; Josiah, S.; Norland, E.; Onokpise, K.; Wight, B. 2012. Advancing agroforestry through certification of agroforesters: Should the Society of American Foresters have a role? Commentary. Journal of Forestry 110(8):466-467.
    • Outreach
    • Gold, M.A., Hemmelgarn, H.L., and Mendelson, S.E. (2019) Academy Offers Professional Development to Boost Agroforestry. Forestry Source 24(3): 12-13.
    • Gold, M.A., H.L Hemmelgarn, G.O. Mori (eds). 2018. Training Manual for Applied Agroforestry Practices ? 2018 Updated Edition. MU Center for Agroforestry. 385 p.
    • Cartwright, L.; Goodrich, N.; Cai, Z.; Gold, M. 2017. Using NRCS Technical and Financial Assistance for Agroforestry and Woody Crop Establishment through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). Agroforestry in Action AF 1016. 4 p.
    • Byers, PL., AL Thomas, MM Cernusca, MA Gold and LD Godsey. 2014. Growing and Marketing Elderberries in Missouri. 2012. UMCA Agroforestry in Action Guide. 12 p. (revised)
    • Gold, M.A., M.M. Cernusca and M.M. Hall (eds). 2013. Handbook for Agroforestry Planning and Design. MU Center for Agroforestry. 80 p.
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