NEW ARTICLE: Landowners, timber harvesting, BMPs, and social networks

Best management practices and timber harvesting: the role of social networks in shaping landowner decisions Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research (on-line only) Tricia G. Knoot and Mark Rickenbach Abstract: The influence of social others in private landowner decision-making has received limited attention despite growing support for peer-to-peer learning and landowner cooperative behavior. We applied social […]

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New paper on social aspect of private forest management

Forest management on private woodlands has largely been understood through the lens of private woodland owners. This is, of course, an important perspective, but what do other actors involved in private forestry think? This paper¬†explores this perspective. Knoot, T.G., L.A. Schulte, N. Grudens-Schuck, & M. Rickenbach. 2009. The Changing Social Landscape in the Midwest: A […]

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