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Economics

Forage Production

The policy of the Natural Resources Conservation Service is that economics is an essential consideration in all agency decision making. Economic principles must be applied in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of agency policies and program activities to provide the most cost effective assistance to customers, cooperators, and partners for the sustained use of natural resources.

Economic Resources:

Contact:
Aaron Waller,
State Economist for Wyoming and Colorado, at (307) 233-6776.

“... soil conservation is not just an incidental bit of the mechanics of farming; it becomes part and parcel of the whole business of making a living from the land…” - H.H. Bennett (1928)