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Collaborative Management of Agricultural Landscapes: Achieving Measurable Conservation Improvements

From Ca Rangeland Conservation Coalition.

 
Collaborative Management of Agricultural Landscapes: Achieving Measurable Conservation Improvements
 
On March 21, 2013 AGree convened leaders of a sampling of best-in-class watershed projects from across the US for a day-long workshop in Washington, D.C. Farmers, ranchers, and conservation professionals who lead successful watershed collaborations, along with members of AGree’s Workgroup on Production and Environmental Outcomes. Participants discussed the most significant factors driving/catalyzing the emergence of collaborative watershed and landscape management; the most important enabling conditions to the successful execution of such initiatives; and, the obstacles to achieving intended watershed objectives. This report includes a thematic summary of the discussion, abstracts of the presentations, and the project descriptions.  To read the report click here.For more information on AGree click here.
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