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Agricultural policy and aesthetic objectives

, : Agricultural policy and aesthetic objectives. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44(5): 384-387

Investigations of perceptions of landscape aesthetic quality among residents of the midwestern USA suggest that there are grounds for establishing rural aesthetic quality policy and that aesthetics may be intimately bound to larger concepts of stewardship. Terms used to describe what makes landscape attractive can be summarized by three dominant themes: scenic quality, neatness and stewardship.

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