Forestry Mini College: A Cost-Effective Way to Educate Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners
This article describes the forestry mini college (FMC) format as an educational tool that can be used by Extension forestry personnel to cost-effectively deliver research-based forestry information to many private forest landowners. A description of an existing forestry mini college program in Montana provides insight as to the method's effectiveness. Based on that analysis, the FMC format could be used across the country.
Anderson, R. C. (2006). Forestry Mini College: A Cost-Effective Way to Educate Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners. The Journal of Extension, 44(3), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol44/iss3/23