Part I: Multifunctionality of agriculture. 1. Multifunctionality in a theoretical framework. 2. Valuing the outputs of multifunctional agriculture. 3. Landscape amenities from agriculture.
Part II: Demand for landscape amenities from agriculture. 4. Rural tourism. 5. Impact from agriculture on rural tourism. 6. Measuring the recreational value of the agricultural landscape.
Part III: Supply of landscape amenities from agriculture. 7. Farmers' supply of landscape amenities. 8. Belgian farmers' willingness to participate in agri-environmental measures. 9. Farmers' participation in several agri-environmental schemes: a European perspective.
Part IV: General conclusions. 10. Conclusions and policy recommendations.
References. Annex 1; Annex 2; Annex 3.
Compares how different cultures interpret landscapes, examines how cultural values are assessed, explores tools for assessment, traces the discussion about landscape authenticity, and draws perspectives for further research. This book maps points of common understanding and cooperation in the interpretation of landscapes.
Presents the variety of services provided by farmers and agricultural landscapes
Discusses landscape amenities from the farmers' as well as consumers' perspectives