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Sustainable adoption of conservation practices by upland farmers in the Dominican Republic



Sustainable adoption of conservation practices by upland farmers in the Dominican Republic



Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 51(3): 249-254



Data collected from interviews with 161 Plan Sierra farmers, a non-governmental organization located in the north central section of the Dominican Republic, regarding the relationship between planned outreach communication channels, adoption, and sustained use of conservation practices, identified a statistically significant association between farmer interaction with Plan Sierra and the three outreach communication channels used to gain the adoption and maintenance of soil and water conservation practices.

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