The project’s case study research culminated in the publication of Scaling Up: Meeting the Demand for Local Food. The publication identifies eight recurring challenges to scaling up local food distribution as well as innovations that have emerged to address them. The Baldwin project has also yielded a number of other positive outcomes through its network development, including expansion of the amount of local food sold to grocery stores in southern Wisconsin. UW Madison staff and faculty and partners from other UW campuses also helped to identify how local food can be integrated into sustainability practices on campus and a new model was created for expanding the use of Integrated Pest Management. In additon, private sector partners in collaboration with UW-EX created outreach and education materials to help local growers increase business profitability in local markets.