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Agricultural land-use policies i Prairie Manitoba and the farm-size phenomenon

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Abstract

The issues of rural development and agricultural land use planning are topics of growing provincial attention in the Canadian prairies. The focus of this research is an analysis of land-use policies impacting on rural development and an empirical analysis of mechanisms producing instability in the rural areas of Manitoba, Canada.

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Todd, D., Brierley, J.S. Agricultural land-use policies i Prairie Manitoba and the farm-size phenomenon. GeoJournal 6, 525–532 (1982). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00425316

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Keywords

  • Rural Area
  • Environmental Management
  • Agricultural Land
  • Empirical Analysis
  • Rural Development