The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework Experience from Minnesota ACPF Users

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The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework Experience from Minnesota ACPF Users

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2016-05

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Water Resources Center

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The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) is a set of desktop tools to help locate conservation practices within small watersheds. The University of Minnesota Water Resources Center (WRC) wanted to learn how the ACPF would work in our state. With funding from the McKnight Foundation, the WRC provided training to 39 GIS technicians across the state. Several months later, we interviewed several people who had used the ACPF to learn about their experience with the tool. This report summarizes what they told us

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The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) is a set of desktop tools to help locate conservation practices within small watersheds. The University of Minnesota Water Resources Center (WRC) wanted to learn how the ACPF would work in our state. With funding from the McKnight Foundation, the WRC provided training to 39 GIS technicians across the state. Several months later, we interviewed several people who had used the ACPF to learn about their experience with the tool. This report summarizes what they told us

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Lewandowski, Ann. (2016). The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework Experience from Minnesota ACPF Users. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/199795.

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