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000033619 245__ $$aVoluntary Incentives for Reducing Agricultural Nonpoint Source Water Pollution
000033619 260__ $$c1995
000033619 269__ $$a1995
000033619 300__ $$a12
000033619 336__ $$aReport
000033619 446__ $$aEnglish
000033619 490__ $$aAgriculture Information Bulletin No. 716
000033619 520__ $$aAgricultural chemicals and sediment from cropland may reduce the quality of America's surface and ground water resources. The Clean Water Act stipulates that individual States are responsible for controlling agricultural nonpoint source pollution. Most State plans rely chiefly on education and technical assistance to promote the adoption of less polluting practices. Because profitability drives production decisions, these programs tend to be most successful when they promote inexpensive changes in existing practices. This report presents research findings on the success of incentive programs to control agricultural nonpoint source pollution.
000033619 650__ $$aEnvironmental Economics and Policy
000033619 700__ $$aFeather, Peter
000033619 700__ $$aCooper, Joseph C.
000033619 8564_ $$s65845$$uhttp://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/33619/files/ai950716.pdf
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000033619 982__ $$gUnited States Department of Agriculture>Economic Research Service>Agricultural Information Bulletins
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