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Conservation banking of public land creates a market incentive

Aug 9, 2013
Adopting several reforms proposed by a comprehensive study, the law enables ranchers, farmers and other landowners to be paid for managing their lands to protect wildlife and their habitats in perpetuity. When the pioneering conservation banking program was started 18 years ago, it was the nation’s first of its kind.

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