4 edition of Optimal cost-sharing programs to reduce agricultural pollution found in the catalog.
Optimal cost-sharing programs to reduce agricultural pollution
in Washington, DC : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Herndon, VA : ERS-NASS, distributor
Written in English
|Other titles||Optimal cost sharing programs to reduce agricultural pollution|
|Statement||Arun S. Malik and Robbin A. Shoemaker|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- no. 1820, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1820|
|Contributions||Shoemaker, Robbin A, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 18 p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
Below is an Electronic Version of an Out-of-Print Publication You can scroll to view or print this publication here, or you can borrow a paper copy from the Texas State Library, / You can also view a copy at the TCEQ Library, /, or . sources of pollution Nonpoint source pollution is not subject to WPDES permitting requirements. Instead, the state primarily addresses nonpoint source pollution through incentive programs such as cost-sharing, adaptive management, and water pollution credit Size: KB.
Today there is considerable concern about agricultural pollution in Israel. Yet it is hard to draft a compelling ecological indictment of farmers during the pre-State period. Efforts were made to combat erosion,  syn-thetic pesticides were not utilized,  and fertilizers were limited to citrus orchards in a very limited area. plants. Olson () edited a book by several scientists on the role of created and natural wetlands in controlling NPS pollution, including such topics as designing constructed wetlands to re move nutrients and pesticides from agricultural runoff and reg ulations and policies relating to the use of wetlands.
To reduce the likelihood of such a disaster in the United States, Congress imposed requirements on both states and regulated facilities. Emission Pollution discharged into the atmosphere from smokestacks, other vents, and surface areas of commercial or industrial facilities; from residential chimneys; and from motor vehicle, locomotive, or. states have access to federal grants and that they can enter into cost-sharing contracts between farmers and the Department of Agriculture (Laitos and Ruckriegle ). Agriculture pollution cannot completely be mitigated by grants and contracts; section of the Clean Water Act creates programs to implement best management practices for states.
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Downloadable. Pollution from agriculture depends on the agricultural practices or technologies farmers use. Policy instruments, such as government cost-sharing programs, can reduce the costs of adopting less-polluting practices.
This report examines the problem of designing economically efficient cost-sbaring programs. Farmers' decisions to adopt less-polluting technologies are based on the.
Get this from a library. Optimal cost-sharing programs to reduce agricultural pollution. [Arun S Malik; Robbin Shoemaker; United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.]. "Optimal Cost-Sharing Programs to Reduce Agricultural Pollution," Technical BulletinsUnited States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service.
Malik, Arun S. & Larson, Bruce A. & Ribaudo, Marc, Improving the cost-effectiveness of agricultural pollution control: The use of performance-based incentives Article in Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 64(3) June with 15 Reads.
For example, the Rural Clean Water Program, created in and administered by the Department of Agriculture, recognized the necessity to reduce agricultural nonpoint-source water pollution by.
The difficulties inherent in controlling nonpoint-source pollution (NSP) have led to an interest in the use of flexible incentive mechanisms as a means of reducing agricultural pollution.
A framework for analyzing alternative flexible incentive mechanisms is presented in this by: The committee's deliberations were based on three basic concepts of soil and water resource management: (1) the fundamental importance of the soil and of the links between soil quality and water pollution, (2) the importance of preventing rather than mitigating water pollution, and (3) the need to sustain profitable and productive farming systems to provide the food and fiber society demands.
This book chapter addresses six categories of sources of agricultural nonpoint pollution that affect coastal waters (erosion from cropland, confined animal facilities, the application of nutrients to cropland, the application of pesticides to cropland, grazing management and irrigation of cropland), and provides, in addition to other pertinent.
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In particular, readjusting the incentive system that can reduce agricultural water use while equitably promoting water conservation, misuse of water and pollution, and unaccounted for water, as discussed in Section 5 of this chapter and considering the specific demographic and economic conditions and water situation in the various states Cited by: 3.Article I – Agricultural Programs for the Family Farm.
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