Effective wildlife management on private lands can supplement and diversify income by providing opportunities for hunting, fishing, and ecotourism. We offered a workshop series that covered a comprehensive set of issues pertaining to this topic. In the process, we found that using a large, multi-state, multi-agency planning committee enabled us to tap into numerous clientele networks, reach many people new to Extension, recruit expert speakers from many organizations, and spread tasks so that individual burdens were reduced. This mutually beneficial collaboration is a model for future Extension programming that may become increasingly useful as Extension budgets continue to decline.
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Ober, H. K., Giulano, W. M., Sheftall, W., & Byrne, R. (2012). Leveraging Partnerships to Achieve High Impact: Lessons from Wildlife Field Days. The Journal of Extension, 50(1), Article 1. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss1/1