Externalities, Profit, and Land Stewardship: Conflicting Motives for Soil and Water Conservation Adoption among Absentee Landowners and On-farm Producers

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This research aimed to illicit nonfarming absentee landowners’ and producers’ preferences for the benefits and characteristics derived from conservation practices during adoption decisions using maximum difference scaling, also called the best-worst method. Both groups are found to rank and value the attributes and reasons for adoption of conservation… (More)

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@inproceedings{Tong2017ExternalitiesPA, title={Externalities, Profit, and Land Stewardship: Conflicting Motives for Soil and Water Conservation Adoption among Absentee Landowners and On-farm Producers}, author={Benjamin Tong and L Delores Sanders}, year={2017} }