Keeping the valley green: A public policy challenge
California Agriculture 45(3):10-14. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v045n03p10.
With population projected to grow from 4.5 to 7.5 million inhabitants by 2005, the central Valley's natural resources are under increasing stress and its prime farmland threatened by urbanization
Group leaders of the AIC's Central Valley project were UC Professors Ed Blakeley (city and regional planning); William Rains (agronomy and range sicence); Watten Johnston, Richard Howitt, and Elmer Learn, (agricultural economics); Kenneth Tanji (land, air and water resources); Al Sokolow (political science), and Paul Jovanis (civil engineering).*
Authors inclulde Harold O. Carter, Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, UC Davis, and Ray Coppock, Lynne Kennedy, Carole Nuckton and Julie Spezia, Staff of UC Agriculatural Issues Center (AIC)