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Title: 2008 Farm Bill Agroforestry

Author: Wallace, Doug; Straight, Rich;

Date: 2010

Source: Forest Landowners November/December 20-23

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: Are you looking for a way to increase your revenue stream? Do you have other agricultural lands—crops, hay, or pastures—in addition to your woodlot? If so, you know how to manage both crops and trees. Why not put that hard-earned knowledge to work? Think agroforestry. That’s right—agroforestry. What better solution to your conservation issues and needs than agroforestry, a unique land management approach that intentionally mixes woody plants and crop and animal production systems to create environmental, economic, and social benefits. What could be a better time than now to get funding for these practices?

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Wallace, Doug; Straight, Rich 2010. 2008 Farm Bill Agroforestry. Forest Landowners November/December 20-23.


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