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This fact sheet provides basic information about the importance of American agriculture to the economy, environment, and rural communities.
In this paper, we analyzed how well the initial allocations made under the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) addressed the environmental problems identified by the government and key...
The United States Environmental Protection Agency now considers pollution from all diffuse sources to be the most important source of contamination in the nation's waters (USEPA, 1997). These...
We may have become an urban nation, but we remain an agricultural land. Nearly 70 percent of the United States, exclusive of Alaska, is held in private ownership by millions of individuals. Fifty...
This paper identifies the requirements for "smart" conservation partnerships -- alliances that are necessary and foster cost-effective, durable solutions to key problems. The basic structure and...
Due to a combination of factors, including development of open space land, increasing precipitation trends the United States and demands on Federal Emergency Management Agency funds, flooding is...
42-12151. Definition of agricultural real property 42-12152. Criteria for classification of property used for agricultural purposes 42-12153. Application for classification of property used for...
State-wide right to farm enabling ordinance.
The California Land Conservation Act of 1965--commonly referred to as the Williamson Act--enables local governments to enter into contracts with private landowners for the purpose of restricting...

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