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Title: Environmental enhancement through agriculture : proceedings of a conference, Boston, Massachusetts, November 15-17, 1995
Contributors: William Lockeretz, editor
Published: Medford, MA : Center for Agriculture, Food and Environment, School of Nutrition and Science Policy, Tufts University , 1996

Summary: These proceedings explore how to create agricultural production systems that produce environmental benefits in contrast to merely being environmentally benign. The papers are grouped under the following topics: watershed protection, wildlife conservation and biodiversity, livestock systems, waste recycling and nutrient management, energy from agricultural biomass, metropolitan agriculture and farming, national policies on agriculture and the environment, and agricultural development and the environment.

Call Number: 20 ENV
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Alternative fuels , Farmland preservation , Livestock , Local food systems , Recycling , Soil management , Water quality , Wildlife

Title: Preserving family landsBook II : more planning strategies for the future
Author: Stephen J. Small
Published: Boston, MA : Landowner Planning Center , c1997

Summary: The purpose of this book is to alert landowners to the nature and extent of the potential tax and land-saving problems that may face them and their families and to suggest possible solutions. The book is intended as a basic guide. It is not exhaustive and is not a substitue for individual tax and legal advice and planning. There is coverage of estate and gift taxes, conservation easements, corporations, partnerships and trusts. Examples of how some families might approach their particular situation are provided.

ISBN: 0962455733
Call Number: 81.54 SMA
Subjects: Family life , Farmland preservation , Inheritance, estate planning


Title: Barriers and opportunities for direct marketing in the Philadelphia region
Contributors: Farmers' Market Trust Regional Infrastructure for Sustaining Agriculture
Published: Philadelphia, PA : Farmers' Market Trust , 1999

Summary: This study explores the problem of how to preserve farms and farmland in increasingly urbanized areas such the Philadelphia metropolitan region. The authors see farmers' markets and other direct marketing outlets as possible solutions for farms to remain viable in close proximity to densely settled areas.

Call Number: 84.75 BAR
Subjects: Farmers' markets , Farmland preservation , Marketing direct to consumers , Marketing research

Title: Farm options program guide to sustainable agriculture, conservation and water quality incentive programs in the 1990 Farm Bill :
Author: Ferd Hoefner
Second Author:
Published: Walthill, NE : Center for Rural Affairs , c1991

Summary: This guide summarizes some of the farm program and conservation options that the Sustainable Agriculture Working Group and the Sustainable Agriculture Coalition helped to draft and pass into law.

Call Number: 80.61 HOE
Subjects: Agricultural ecology , Farmland preservation , Sustainable agriculture , Water quality


Title: Choices for our land
Published: Barre, MA : Northeast Organic Farming Association , c1989

Call Number: 82.2 CHO
Subjects: Farmers , Farmland preservation , Land development , Local food systems , Marketing , Marketing direct to consumers , Organic farming , Small farms

Title: Community strategies for preserving farms and farmland : Michael Pressman, 1000 Friends of Minnesota, Feb. 2, 1999
Published: Lincoln, NE : Cooperative Extension, University of Nebraska , c1998
Series: Small farming systems seminar series

Call Number: 22 COM
Subjects: Farmland preservation


Title: 1996 Acres USA conference : Preserving family lands
Author: William S. Williams
Second Author: Glen L. Rois
Published: Metairie, LA : Acres USA , 1996

Publishers Number: 2023A, 2023B
Call Number: 81.54 WIL
Subjects: Farmland preservation , Inheritance, estate planning

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