This report assesses the barriers faced by ranching clients and potential clients of the National Resources Conservation Service in Arizona and highlights opportunities for mitigating those challenges in the future

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems. NRCS in Arizona: A Brief Assessment of Access to NRCS Programs Among Ranchers in Arizona. October, 2020. (Swette Center, 2020)

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    Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, Arizona State University ; by the Graduate Certificate in Food Policy and Sustainability Leadership class of 2019-2020 ; authors, Elizabeth Broussard, Project Coordinator, National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), Sarah Lemon, Food Systems, Swette Center for Sustainable Food Systems, Arizona State University, Kelly McClelland, Nutrition Program Manager, Crim Fitness Foundation, Karli Moore, Associate Program Officer, Native American Agriculture Fund, Kathleen Yetman, Executive Director, Prescott Farmers Market ; client partner, Arizona Association of Conservation Districts, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

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