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Picture thisAuthor(s): Gary Bentrup; Gary Wells
Source: Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 60(6): 144A-149A
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionDespite the use of planting plans and engineering drawings, many landowners find it difficult to conceptualize what a future conservation practice or system will actually look like on their landscape. This lack of understanding can create challenging barriers in the planning process and is exacerbated by the long-term commitment that many conservation systems require from landowners. Landowners often lament if they could only see a picture of the proposed action on their property, then they could make a decision. Fortunately, natural resource professionals have a tool called visual simulations to help address this dilemma.
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CitationBentrup, Gary; Wells, Gary 2005. Picture this. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 60(6): 144A-149A
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