- Anna Anderson, Women in Sustainable Agriculture: Interviews with Fourteen Agents of Change (McFarland & Company, 2004).
- “Former North Dakota Ag Commissioner Sarah Vogel reflects on her career,” StoryCorps North Dakota (Nov. 26, 2018).
- “Sarah Vogel: Legal Giant Killer in the 1980s farm crisis,” AgWeek (Jan. 7, 2019)
Sarah Vogel is the first woman elected Commissioner of Agriculture and one of the foremost agriculture lawyers in the United States. The American Agricultural Law Association awarded her its Distinguished Service Award, and Willie Nelson honored Sarah at Farm Aid’s 30th anniversary for her longtime service to family farmers. Hailed as “a giant killer in ag law” by The Nation, Sarah served for decades as co-counsel on the Keepseagle case filed to redress USDA’s race discrimination in lending to Native American ranchers and farmers. An in-demand speaker and passionate advocate for farmers and Native Americans, Sarah lives in Bismarck, North Dakota.