A Targeted Conservation Approach for Improving Environmental Quality: Multiple Benefits and Expanded Opportunities

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2008-12-01
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Schulte, Lisa
Asbjornsen, Heidi
Atwell, Ryan
Kolka, Randy
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Tyndall, John
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Isenhart, Thomas
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Schultz, Richard
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Hart, Chad
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Agriculture and Natural Resources
4-H Agriculture and Natural Resources programs work to engage youth through hands-on experiences that connect to their lives and respond to their interests. 4-H programs use hands-on activities in animal science, agronomy, and the environment to teach problem-solving, creative and critical thinking, and inspire young people to explore career opportunities in agriculture.
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Find out how targeted conservation practices can have the most impact on environmental quality while causing only a small change in overall agricultural production. Environmental benefits are discussed related to clean air and water, productive soils, diverse wildlife and plant habitat, and biological controls for crop protection.

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