By R Fish, S Seymour, M Steven, Charles Watkins
Interpreting the connection among sustainability and farmland administration in diffeing tempoarla spatial and creation contexts - this publication considers famrland multifuctionality, platforms and sytemic considering, the debates over details, wisdom and moral features.
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