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From 1954 through 1972, the scope of the Small Watershed Program has expanded considerably but flood protection for farm land remains Its most significant feature. Congressional action during this time has expanded the program to include development of recreation, fish and wildlife resources, and municipal and industrial water supply. However, the watershed program has remained predominantly agricultural, with drainage and irrigation, as well as flood protection, comprising the most significant part of the program. This study identifies changes in the Small Watershed Program since its beginning and measures its varied emphasis among regions of the United States.

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