University of Baltimore Law Review


This Article examines various programs in Maryland, both local and state-wide, to promote the preservation of agricultural land. The author demonstrates the need for such programs and concludes that in order for them to be successful, all levels of government within the state must cooperate and commit themselves to adequate funding and intelligent land-use planning.

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