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Family Forest Owners' Perceptions of Landowner Assistance programs in the USA: A Qualitative Exploration of Program Impacts on BehaviourAuthor(s): Kyle Andrejczyk; Brett J. Butler; Brenton J. Dickinson; Jaketon H. Hewes; Marla A. Markowski-Lindsay; David B. Kittredge; Michael A. Kilgore; Stephanie A. Snyder; Paul F. Catanzaro
Source: Small-scale Forestry. 15(1): 17-28.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationAndrejczyk, Kyle; Butler, Brett J.; Dickinson, Brenton J.; Hewes, Jaketon H.; Markowski-Lindsay, Marla; Kittredge, David B.; Kilgore, Michael A.; Snyder, Stephanie A.; Catanzaro, Paul F. 2016. Family forest owners' perceptions of landowner assistance programs in the USA: A qualitative exploration of program impacts on behaviour. Small-scale Forestry. 15(1): 17-28.
KeywordsFocus groups, Landowner assistance programs, Forest Stewardship Program, Non industrial private forest owners
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