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This article compares a number of rural planning issues and approaches in Pennsylvania and Ontario. The discussion focuses on issues related to the preservation of agricultural lands, urban growth boundaries, property rights, and the role of local and state/ provincial government. In Pennsylvania, extensive citizen involvement has led to a high level of public "ownership" of planning. Planning in Pennsylvania has also made significant progress in the use of voluntary programs and finan cialdoi:10.25316/ir-410 fatcat:fd2wxysu35holmh3spuzzblwly