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This paper investigates cost-share program attributes that would affect producers' willingness to enroll in a cost-share program to fund the adoption of best management practices to improve water quality and decrease water use. Through a survey administered to Florida agricultural producers, we conducted choice experiments to assess farmers' preferences for cost-share programs using five attributes: contracting agency, length of contract, annual verification process, costs included, and percentdoi:10.1017/age.2020.5 fatcat:hhvi7ugv6nfhjokq6mpj4glgla