Zhang, Plastina publish in Journal of Soil and Water Conservation
Wendong Zhang, Assistant Professor of Economics, and Alejandro Plastina, Associate Professor of Economics, published in the latest issue of Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Zhang and Plastina co-authored "What drives landowners’ conservation decisions? Evidence from Iowa" with Wendiam Sawadgo, Assistant Professor of Economics at Auburn University. Using a statistically representative survey of Iowa landowners, their article examines the factors driving adoption of four key conservation practices—no-till, cover crops, buffer strips, and ponds/sediment basins. The full article is available here.
What drives landowners’ conservation decisions? Evidence from Iowa
W.P.M. Sawadgo, W. Zhang and A. Plastina
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation
(Released April 2021)