The 2008 Farm Bill contains updated and new conservation programs to protect soil, water, air and wildlife resources
while offering economic incentives for landowners and farmers. It also provides for additional energy programs which
encourage landowner production and community development of bio-energy feedstocks and bio-industrial systems.
Anderson, Greg; Flynn, Paul; Noty, Lisa; Current, Dean; Hachfeld, Gary; Nichols, Luke; Sackett, Jill; Wilsey, Dave; Wyatt, Gary; Zamora, Diomy.
2008 Farm Bill Update: Conservation and Energy Programs.
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