A study of nonfarm dwellings in an exclusive farm use zone Public

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  • The proliferation of nonfarm residential dwellings into agricultural areas is a prominent factor in the loss of agricultural land. In Oregon, permits for nonfarm dwellings in an agricultural zone must meet certain state criteria. The criteria contain vague phrases which are open to interpretation. Decision makers apply soil criteria as well as social, economic, and locational factors for the determination of the importance of agricultural lands. This study found that the number of conflicts and problems between nonfarm residents and the surrounding farm practices has been minimal. In the study sample, conflicts in only one case resulted in a change of farm practices. The problems and conflicts identified in the study were largely accounted for in regions that contained large farm acreages and practices.
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