Local Policy Networks and Agricultural Watershed Manager

Local Policy Networks and Agricultural Watershed Manager

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Lubell, M. 2008. Local policy networks and agricultural watershed management. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. Oxford University Press, Cary, NC. Volume 18, Number 4. Pages 673-696.
agriculture, benefits, BMP, policy, pollutant, stewardship
A survey of 408 farmers in California’s Sacramento River watershed points to the importance for policy networks to reach these stakeholders to increase the likelihood that sustainable, environmental practices (BMPs) are used to reduce nonpoint source pollution. Local networks that can be innovative, develop social capital, bring cultural change have a better chance for implementation.

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