Budget cuts threaten the Williamson Act, California's longstanding farmland protection program.
What does FPP stand for?
FPP stands for Farmland Protection Program (now Farm and Ranch Lands Protection Program)
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We have 183 other meanings of FPP in our Acronym Attic
- Fearless Pirates of Willygoat
- Former Prisoner of War
- Faculty Practice Plan
- Fair Play Point (sports)
- Fall Protection Plan
- Family Partnership Program (various organizations)
- Family Planning Perspectives (journal)
- Family Planning Program
- Family Preservation Program
- Famous People Players (Toronto)
- Fast Pattern Processor
- Fecha Posible de Parto (Spanish: Possible Date of Birth)
- Federal Fisheries Permit
- Federal Practice and Procedure
- Federal Processor Permit
- Fédération des Professionnels de la Piscine (French: Federation of Pool Professionals)
- Federation of Polish Patients (Warsaw, Poland)
- Fee Paying Place (various schools)
- Fermetures pour Professionnels (French: Professional Closures)
- Ferromagnetic Proximity Polarization (physics)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Farmland Protection Program provides financial assistance to counties and towns to support local farmland protection activities.
The Farmland Protection Program, a conservation easements program created by the 1996 Farm Bill, has purchased $230 million in easements, protecting 127,000 acres.
The Vice President said that that the Administration's Fiscal Year 2001 Budget would contain a proposed significant increase for the USDA's Farmland Protection Program, which provides financial assistance to state and local governments that enter into voluntary agreements with farmers to preserve farmland.
71) In 1992, the state legislature passed the Agricultural and Farmland Protection Program which authorizes the Commissioner of Agriculture and Markets to provide financial and technical assistance to counties for their farmland protection efforts.
Second, existing farmland protection programs generally convey development rights in perpetuity.