Land use distribution and changes in the urban-rural fringe area of South Albany, Oregon Public Deposited

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  • The need to control irreversible conversions of prime agricultural lands to urban land uses has come to light in recent years. Resulting policy statements by the State of Oregon and federal agencies have added support to this premise. Nevertheless, inefficient conversions of agricultural to idle lands in response to urban pressure are increasing in the South Albany urban-rural fringe area. Additionally, residential land uses are expanding with major encroachments on high quality agricultural lands.
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