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American Farmland Trust. Farming on the Edge: A New Look at the Importance and Vunerablity of Agriculture Near American Cities. (Washington, DC: American Farmland Trust, 1994).
American Farmland Trust. Saving American Farmland: What Works. (American Farmland Trust, Herrick Mill, Northampton, MA:1997; 334 pages).
American Farmland Trust and Northern Illinois University. Saving Open Spaces: Public Support for Farmland Protection. (Washington, DC: American Farmland Trust, 1999).
American Farmland Trust. Sharing the Responsibility: What Agricultural Landowners Think About Property Rights, Government Regulation and the Environment. Results of a Nationwide Survey by American Farmland Trust.
Center for Rural Pennsylvania, Zoning for Farming: A Guidebook for Pennsylvania Municipalities on How to Protect Valuable Agricultural Lands (Harrisburg: Center for Rural Pennsylvania, September, 1995).
Environmental Defense, Losing Ground (Washington, DC: Environmental Dedfense, 2000).
Sorensen, A. Ann, Richard P. Green and Karen Russ, Farming on the Edge (DeKalb, Illinois: American Farmland Trust and Center for Agriculture in the Environment, Northern Illinois University, 1997).
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