1988 年 7 巻 3 号 p. 19-27
Since the late 1960s, the highly modernaized intensive farming has created a tention between the interests of agriculture and nature and landscape conservation. Dutch government published the so-called “relation report” in 1975. It suggests management agreements as one of measures that might improve such situation with a strong tention between agriculture and the nature and landscape conservation. This paper is focused on such managements agreements that wear adasted in Dutch urbarnized sosiety, and discribes their histrical background, their concept and contents, and contents, and some figures of their implementation. The first evaluation of management agreements program after six years has revealed that the population size of the meadow birds has at least stabilized. The average management compensation amounts to some Hfl. 750 a hectare per year.