A survey of first-semester agriculture freshmen found that a substantial portion of those from non-rural areas or without farm backgrounds had no opinions about soil conservation issues. Smaller but still significant portions of students from rural backgrounds also offered no opinion on some conservation and other agricultural issues. The findings and discussion point out the need for more attention to opinion formation and values clarification in agricultural curricula.



agricultural curricula, soil conservation, agriculture freshmen

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