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1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. PURPOSE OF REPORT
1.2. SCOPE OF THE REPORT
2. GOVERNMENT POLICIES ON ECONOMIC INCENTIVES
2.2.5. National Performance Review
4.7. WETLAND COMPENSATION FEES
4.8. GRAZING FEES
4.9. MINNESOTA CONTAMINATION TAX
5.7. PERFORMANCE BONDS
6.15. WETLAND MITIGATION BANKING
7.3. BROWNFIELDS PROGRAMS
7.3.1. EPA Pilot Project Grants
7.3.2. Tax Incentives and Loans
7.4. FARMING AND LAND PRESERVATION
7.4.1. Conservation Reserve Program
7.4.2. Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program
7.4.3. Wetlands Reserve Program
7.4.4. Compliance Provisions
7.4.5. Highly Erodible Land Conservation Compliance and "Sodbuster"
7.4.6. Swampbuster Program
7.4.7. Subsidy Programs Created under 1996 Farm Bill
7.4.8. Impacts of Conservation Programs
7.4.9. State Initiatives
7.4.10. Purchase of Development Rights
7.11.1. Subsidies for Timber, Minerals, and Water Extraction
8.2. LIABILITY FOR CLEANUP COSTS
8.3. LIABILITY FOR DAMAGE TO NATURAL RESOURCES
8.4.1. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)


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