Open Journal of Forestry

Open Journal of Forestry

ISSN Print: 2163-0429
ISSN Online: 2163-0437
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"Peer Influence of Non-Industrial Private Forest Owners in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan"
written by Jillian R. Schubert, Audrey L. Mayer,
published by Open Journal of Forestry, Vol.2 No.3, 2012
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[12] Analyzing the Spatial Distribution of NRCS Conservation Programs in West Virginia
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[14] Landowner Attitudes Toward Conservation Easements: Balancing the Private and Public Interest in Land
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[16] The challenges of coordinating forest owners for joint management
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[17] ForestSim: An Agent-Based Simulation for Bioenergy Sustainability Assessment
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[18] Failure to Communicate: Inefficiencies in Voluntary Incentive Programs for Private Forest Owners in Michigan
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[19] Relationships that Extend Beyond the Fence-Line: Private Landowner Attitudes and Interest in Conservation Easements
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[20] Private Landowners, Voluntary Conservation Programs, and Implementation of Conservation Friendly Land Management Practices
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[21] Criteria and indicators for a bioenergy production industry identified via stakeholder participation
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[24] Family legacies and community networks shape private forest management in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan (USA)
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[25] Enhancing informal interaction and knowledge co-construction among forest owners
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[26] Payments for Ecosystem Services: Will a New Hook Net More Active Family Forest Owners?
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[30] Extension Forestry in the United States: Master Volunteer and Other Peer-Learning Programs
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[31] The Effect of Data Collection Technique on Estimated Landowner Personal Network Attributes
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[32] Defining Peer-to-peer Learning–from an Old 'Art of Practice'to a New Mode of Forest Owner Extension?
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[33] Forest owners' social networks–possibilities to enhance knowledge exchange
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[34] ForestSim Model of Impacts of Smallholder Dynamics: Forested Landscapes of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
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[35] The Driftless Forest Network (WI, USA): Innovation, Complexity, and Evaluation in a Regional Landowner Engagement Initiative
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