To everything there is a season: Reinvest in Minnesota (RIM) and soil conservation

Journal of Agricultural Ethics 1 (4):291-304 (1988)
The paper explores the severity of the problem of soil erosion and a variety of approaches to the problem. The typology of approaches includes doing nothing, individual party litigation, the state's invocation of public trust doctrine, and the state's exercise of its police power. The Reinvest in Minnesota Program reflects the state's exercise of its police power and addresses the problem of soil erosion by retiring marginal land from crop production through conservation easements. Programs such as Reinvest in Minnesota also reflect a certain ethic about the land
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