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Implications of a Reduced Conservation Reserve Program

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  • Wu, JunJie
  • Weber, Bruce

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Contents: Executive Summary; Background; Enrollment; Individual Economic Impact; Impacts on Rural Economies and Communities; The Value of the CRP’s Environmental Impacts; What Would Happen...; Conclusions; References

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  • Wu, JunJie & Weber, Bruce, 2012. "Implications of a Reduced Conservation Reserve Program," C-FARE Reports 156625, Council on Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics (C-FARE).
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