Pay-for-performance (PFP) is a relatively new approach to agricultural conservation that attaches an incentive payment to quantified reductions in nutrient runoff from a participating farm. Similar to a payment for ecosystem services approach, PFP lends itself to providing incentives for the most beneficial practices at the field level. To date, PFP conservation in the U.S.
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Rebecca Muenich, M. M. Kalcic, J. Winsten, K. Fisher, M. Day, G. O'Neil, Y. C. Wang, D. Scavia, "Pay-for-performance conservation using swat highlights need for field-level agricultural conservation," Transactions of the ASABE, Vol 60: 6, pgs. 1925-1937.