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In this issue: AFT creates new service for professionals INNOVATIONS: "Grassbanks" for Southwest ranchers AFT honors Berg with workshop LEGISLATIVE REPORT: Farmer-friendly ESA reform USING RESOURCES...
A New England Food Vision describes a future in which New England produces at least half of the region’s food—and no one goes hungry. It looks ahead half a century and sees farming and fishing as...
American Farmland is published four times a year by American Farmland Trust, a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1980 to protect the nation’s agricultural resources. AFT works to stop the...
American Farmland is published four times a year by American Farmland Trust, a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1980 to protect the nation’s agricultural resources. AFT works to stop the...
On July 24, 1998, the Agricultural and Conservation Policies: 2002 and Beyond conference, hosted by the American Farmland Trust (AFT), offered AFT and other interested parties new ideas about how...
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...
From a speech given at the Land Use Conference - Geography and Planning in Terre Haute, Indiana.

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