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Use of the Nation’s 2.3 billion acres, including the half-billion acres in Western States, depends not simply on whether they are publicly or privately owned, but also on how the multiple interests in each acre, including rights to water and other resources, are distributed. This article describes how voluntary agreements between private landowners and a variety of public and private agencies increasingly influence how those interests are distributed and how social, economic, and environmental objectives are met.

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