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Using Farm-Level Practices to Address the Water Quality Impacts of Agriculture

Using Farm-Level Practices to Address the Water Quality Impacts of Agriculture

Using Farm-Level Practices to Address the Water Quality Impacts of Agriculture . October 23, 2003. Thomas W. Christensen, Acting Director Conservation Operations Division USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Principles.

By kesia
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Transition to Digital Acquisition

Transition to Digital Acquisition

Transition to Digital Acquisition. Presented to USDA Imagery Planning Meeting 12/04/08 By: Alistair Stuart . Transition to Digital Acquisition. From film-based photography to digital image acquisition. 90 years. Transition to Digital Acquisition. General Benefits of Digital Acquisition:

By kathie
(175 views)

Information for businesses from the

Information for businesses from the

Do Farmers Pay Iowa Sales Tax? . Information for businesses from the . Aren’t Farmers Always Exempt from Sales Tax?. NO Whether a farmer pays sales tax depends on what is purchased and what it is used for. How Do Items Have to be Used to be Exempt?.

By olin
(57 views)

Natural Resources, the Environment and Agriculture

Natural Resources, the Environment and Agriculture

Natural Resources, the Environment and Agriculture. Chapter 10. Topics of Discussion. Agriculture and the environment Economics of the environment Economics of resources in agriculture Soil quality and quantity Economics of soil conservation

By ivan
(453 views)

George A. Hernandez, Ph.D. Richard A. Harper, CF, RF USDA Forest Service

George A. Hernandez, Ph.D. Richard A. Harper, CF, RF USDA Forest Service

Tree Nursery Production and Tree Planting in the United States BWG/FIA User Group Meeting 21 May 2013. George A. Hernandez, Ph.D. Richard A. Harper, CF, RF USDA Forest Service State and Private Forestry Southern Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis.

By merle
(86 views)

Irrigation

Irrigation

Irrigation. A discourse by Tarek and Elliot. What is…Irrigation?. Irrigation is the artificial provision of water to support agriculture. Methods of Irrigation. Pouring water on fields Leveling of fields Surge flooding Capture and reuse of runoff Drip irrigation (the best)

By isla
(465 views)

To screw up (and fix) the soil

To screw up (and fix) the soil

To screw up (and fix) the soil. Mrs. D. http://www.nbclearn.com/portal/site/learn/changing-planet Withering Crops. Bad results: Mineralization. If detritus is lost, soil organisms starve Soil will no longer be kept loose and nutrient-rich

By nicki
(97 views)

Daowei Zhang Alumni and George W. Peake Jr. Professor Auburn University, Alabama

Daowei Zhang Alumni and George W. Peake Jr. Professor Auburn University, Alabama

The Shadow Price of Environmental Services from U.S. Forests or Valuing ecosystem services from productive forests in the U.S. (and elsewhere): A Supply-side Approach. Daowei Zhang Alumni and George W. Peake Jr. Professor Auburn University, Alabama zhangd1@auburn.edu. Outline .

By gilles
(114 views)

Chapter 7 Soil Agriculture and the Future of Food

Chapter 7 Soil Agriculture and the Future of Food

Chapter 7 Soil Agriculture and the Future of Food. Soil: the foundation for agriculture. Land devoted to agriculture covers 38% of Earth’s land surface. Agriculture : practice of raising crops and livestock for human use and consumption Cropland : land used to raise plants for human use

By jamal
(561 views)

“Wisconsin and the Agricultural Economy”

“Wisconsin and the Agricultural Economy”

“Wisconsin and the Agricultural Economy” (Steve Deller, Professor of Agriculture and Applied Economics. UW-Madison). Agriculture is a powerful economic force in Wisconsin. Messages. Agriculture is a powerful economic force in Wisconsin. Agriculture stimulates economic activity.

By tavia
(99 views)

Urban Introduction

Urban Introduction

National 5 Rural. Urban Introduction. Changes in the Great Plains [Date] Today I will: Be able to describe and explain the rural changes which have taken place in the Great Plains, USA. National 5 Rural. Urban Introduction.

By brier
(97 views)

SAFSF Funders Webinar The Farm Bill -Conservation Title June 9, 2011

SAFSF Funders Webinar The Farm Bill -Conservation Title June 9, 2011

SAFSF Funders Webinar The Farm Bill -Conservation Title June 9, 2011. Moderator : Aimee Witteman, The McKnight Foundation Speakers : Craig Cox, Environmental Working Group (EWG) Adam Warthesen, Land Stewardship Project (LSP). What is the conservation title….

By morley
(110 views)

Agriculture and Prairies

Agriculture and Prairies

Agriculture and Prairies. Justin Borevitz PrairieEcosystems 4/24/07. Altered Ecosystems. Less complex Reduced habitat variation Lower biodiversity Many species decline, some succeed Cultural Practices influence ecosystem No till, (less erosion, winter nesting

By yosefu
(108 views)

Using GIS to Compare Different Uses of Farm Land and its Profitability

Using GIS to Compare Different Uses of Farm Land and its Profitability

Using GIS to Compare Different Uses of Farm Land and its Profitability. Carrie Foster Feb 26, 2008. What will allow farmers to profit most from their land?. Enrollment in the Conservation Reserve Program (A federal program that pays farmers not to farm their land) or Crop Production.

By rehan
(114 views)

Emerging Issues in Conservation: Pollinators and Conservation

Emerging Issues in Conservation: Pollinators and Conservation

Emerging Issues in Conservation: Pollinators and Conservation. Laurie Davies Adams. Asian Pacific Islander Organization Conference 2009. POLLINATION and CONSERVATION An Emerging Issue. A partnership between plants and animals . . . that has been in operation for 100 million years.

By elise
(208 views)

Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (Farm Bill)

Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (Farm Bill)

Food, Conservation, and Energy Act of 2008 (Farm Bill). PL 110-246 (Signed May 22, 2008, Effective June 18, 2008) PL 110-398 – Technical Corrections (October 13, 2008) PL 111-16 – Stimulus Bill.

By manny
(154 views)

Agroforestry Assistance

Agroforestry Assistance

Agroforestry Assistance. History Technical Financial. Conservation Programs. NRCS Mission: To provide leadership in a partnership effort to help people conserve, improve and sustain our natural resources and environment. NRCS Vision:

By ulema
(127 views)

Soil

Soil

Soil. By Cameron Miller, Alex Bruno, Luc Shay and Brendan Weyhe. Irrigation Methods and U.S./International Programs for the Promotion of Soil Conservation. Irrigation Methods. center pivot drip flood furrow gravity rotation. sprinkler subirrigation traveling gun supplemental

By kirti
(262 views)

Water Issues

Water Issues

Water Issues. Sally Lay Jason Jensen S. Kumagai Wesley Watson. Water Topics. Water Policy Ramifications of Irrigation Impacts from pollution and use Irrigation Systems. General water usage. General water use:

By leah-oneill
(92 views)

Conservation Programs and Agricultural Policy The New Landscape

Conservation Programs and Agricultural Policy The New Landscape

Conservation Programs and Agricultural Policy The New Landscape. Bradley D. Lubben Extension Agricultural Economist Kansas State University. Policy and ag econ information from K-State – www.agmanager.info USDA program information – www.usda.gov. Evolution of Conservation Programs.

By shaine-hodges
(71 views)

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