Sustainable agriculture in the southwest United States and its relationship to landscape planning.: An article from: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation
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- Publication Date:July 1, 1996
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From the supplier: The objectives of landscape planning are of similar context to sustainable agriculture. In the Southwestern states, agricultural practices harm the environment while water and land resources still lack efficient management. These factors exemplify conditions where landscape planning could work best. By controlling the use of harmful chemicals and finding feasible and profitable ways of distributing and utilizing national resources, landscape developers could pave the way to sustainable agriculture.
Title: Sustainable agriculture in the southwest United States and its relationship to landscape planning.
Author: John M. Blair
Publication: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (Refereed)
Date: July 1, 1996
Publisher: Soil & Water Conservation Society
Volume: v51 Issue: n4 Page: p280(5)
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