The growth of the Internet, combined with the shifting demographics of private forest landowners that indicate increasing Internet use, presents great opportunities for natural resource extension. The study described here created two natural resource Web sites. An online survey of Pennsylvania forest landowners, foresters, Extension agents, and natural resource teachers examined their demographics, evaluated Web site effectiveness, and determined what site features the audience preferred. The groups had varied learning interests and would use Web sites in different ways. The Internet is an important addition to the natural resource learning community and must be tailored to suit different users needs.
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High, J., & Jacobsen, M. (2005). Internet-Based Natural Resource Extension. The Journal of Extension, 43(3), Article 17. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss3/17