The objectives of the study reported here were to understand what private forest landowners (PFLs), who are more likely to attend educational opportunities, want in an educational program and to profile these forest owners as different program audiences. Time issues are important to PFLs, depending on their occupation. PFLs desire active learning methods, practically oriented and useful, related to forestry and wildlife management. Occupation, among other demographic characteristics, sometimes distinguishes PFLs in terms of what they want in an educational program.
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Downing, A. K., & Finley, J. C. (2005). Private Forest Landowners: What They Want in an Educational Program. The Journal of Extension, 43(1), Article 14. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss1/14