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New Harvard Forest Publication: Outreach To Family Forest Owners

January 1, 2005
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The increasing number of family forest owners presents a challenge to effective outreach. Family woodland in some parts of the country represents the dominant ownership type. Sustained provision of a host of greater social goods and services depends on functional forest landscapes, yet fragmentation and parcelization of family woodlands pose a threat. Segmentation of the family owner audience into different types, and targeting of outreach toward two specific decision making junctures, may improve our ability to reach this important audience. 

David B. Kittredge, October/November 2004. Extension/Outreach Implications for America's Family Forest Owners. Journal of Forestry: 15 - 18

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