Barriers and opportunities for increasing landowner participation in conservation programs in the Interior Northwest
|Title:||Barriers and opportunities for increasing landowner participation in conservation programs in the Interior Northwest.|
Bennett, Drew, author.
University of Oregon Ecosystem Workforce Program,, issuing body.
Oregon State University, consultant.
Portland State University, consultant.
Sustainable Northwest (Organization), consultant.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (U.S.), sponosring body.
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (16 pages) : color illustrations, color map
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Title from PDF cover (viewed on June 11, 2015).
"This working paper is part of a multi-state research collaboration involving Oregon State University, University of Oregon, and Sustainable Northwest"
Logos: University of Oregon; Ecosystem Workforce Program; Portland State University; Sustainable Northwest; Oregon State University.
A survey of randomly selected nonindustrial landowners with forest or rangeland parcels of at least 20 acres within selected counties in central Oregon and Washington and western Montana investigated landowner experiences with attitudes towards, and preferences for existing and future conservation programs.
Includes bibliographical references (page 8).
"...funding from the USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture, Grant #2009-85211-06102-C0405A."
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Nature conservation -- West (U.S.) -- Public opinion
Forest conservation -- West (U.S.) -- Public opinion
Range management -- West (U.S.) -- Public opinion
Rural landowners -- West (U.S.) -- Attitudes
Forest landowners -- West (U.S.) -- Attitudes
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|Is Part of Series:||EWP working paper ; no. 49.|