3 edition of Urbanization and its effects on agriculture in Sacramento County, California found in the catalog.
|Statement||Curtis C. Harris, Jr., and David J. Allee.|
|Series||Giannini Foundation research report ;, no. 268, 270|
|Contributions||Allee, David J. joint author., California Agricultural Experiment Station., University of California (System). Division of Agricultural Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||HD1759 .C32 no. 268, 270|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||64063522|
For their land use challenge in the Daniel Rose Fellowship program, Mayor Kevin Johnson and the Sacramento Fellowship team asked the Rose Center to help the city determine what actions would. Agricultural production in Sacramento County remains a significant contributor to the local economy. In addition to the almost $ million in annual production value, there are hundreds of jobs directly tied to that production and thousands more that are impacted indirectly in the.
Charles Nordhoff in his book California for Health, Pleasure, and Residence, published in , described the Sacramento Valley as "an immense fertile plain" with oats "so high that I could and did tie the oats over my head." Between and agriculture in the Sacramento Valley became productive and profitable. In its proposal, Sacramentans for Sustainable Community Agriculture asks that the city of Sacramento and unincorporated areas of Sacramento County be designated an urban agriculture intensive zone.
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Urbanization and Its Effects on Agriculture in Sacramento County, California, Volume 1 Curtis C. Harris, David J. Allee Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics, - Agriculture. Home; All editions; Urbanization and its effects on agriculture in Sacramento County, California / Curtis C.
Harris, Jr., and David J. Allee Harris, Curtis C. The 28 agricultural and 19 urban wells included from the SACR study unit are within Sacramento Valley in north-central California. The Sacramento River basin covers approximat mi 2 and has been farmed and irrigated since the mids (Domagalski, Knifong, and others, ).
Sacramento Valley is in the northern third of California. authors: Urbanization and Its Effects on Agriculture in Sacramento County: (1) Urban Growth and Agricultural Land Use; (2) Prices and Taxes of Agricul- tural Land; Giunnini Foundation Re- search Reports No. andDecem- ber Farm advisors cooperated in the Sacramento County study.
At the time. Harris, Curtis, and David Allee (), Urbanization and Its Effects on Agriculture in Sacramento County, California. California Agricultural Experiment Station. California Agricultural Cited by: These two reports were based on detailed studies by the authors: Urbanization and Its Effects on Agriculture in Sacramento County: (1) Urban Growth and Agricultural Land Use; (2) Prices and Taxes of Agricultural Land; Giunnini Foundation Research Reports No.
andDecember We analyzed urbanization and agricultural land-use change in Riverside County, California from tocomparing maps every two years on the basis of aerial photographs. Two methods used in the US to classify meteorological stations into urban and rural to ‘correct’ the observed surface temperature trends for urbanization effects are based on population data 5 Cited by: Looking to the Future: Agriculture and Urbanization in the Sacramento Region If the reported trends of the recent past are an accurate guide, the ongoing population growth of the Sacramento region in the near future will have only a moderate effect on the supply of farmland and the prosperity of farming in the six-county Size: 4MB.
counties in California now produce more than that. Though California agriculture has thus far prospered despite the loss of farmland, it remains to be seen whether this will continue. Between andagricultural productivity growth in California averaged percent per year, while from to it slowed to percent.
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Residents of urban and suburban Sacramento County will be able to legally grow and sell crops, keep bees, and raise chickens and ducks at home under an urban agriculture ordinance that county.
The Urban Agriculture Ordinance was adopted by the Sacramento City Council on Ma Its purpose is to reduce the regulatory burden for urban agriculture.
The ordinance amended Sacramento City Code to allow small-scale urban agriculture as the primary land use in most zones, and accessory uses such as temporary on-site urban agriculture stands.
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