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Participation is down 40% in this agricultural program that protects wildlife, water, and soil

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Simon Bratt // Shutterstock Paying farmers to fallow their fields for conservation only works if the price is right, no matter how noble the cause. In some regions of the United States, farmers can net higher returns by continuing to harvest crops like corn and soybeans than they would if they leased their land for conservation efforts. In 2021, the Biden administration set a "30 by 30 goal" by which the U.S. would conserve 30% of all land and w…

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