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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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Schulte, Lisa A.; Asbjornsen, Heidi; Atwell, Ryan; Hart, Chad E.; Helmers, Matthew J.; Isenhart, Thomas M.; Kolka, Randy; Liebman, Matthew Z.; Neal, Jeri; O'Neal, Matthew E.; Secchi, Silvia; Schultz, Richard C.; Thompson, Janette R.; Tomer, Mark D.; and Tyndall, John C., "A Targeted Conservation Approach for Improving Environmental Quality: Multiple Benefits and Expanded Opportunities" (2008). Agriculture and Environment Extension Publications. 84.
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