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Landowner experiences with soft shore projects in Puget Sound
Soft shore projects have been implemented in Puget Sound as alternatives to hard armoring structures to ameliorate armoring-associated physical and ecological impacts. Private landowners steward the majority of Puget Sound shorelines and their perspectives are critical to informing management. Using qualitative research methods ...
Planning for small forest landscapes: facilitating the connection between people and nature
A significant area of forest land in the United States is held by a diverse group of people known by the US Forest Service as family forest owners. Surveys reveal that family forest owners own forest land for a variety of reasons including scenery, nature protection, recreation, privacy, timber production, family legacy, and ...