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Tatyana B. Ruseva & Burnell C. Fischer

In: Environmental Leadership: A Reference Handbook

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The Shared Leadership and Ownership of Our Private Forests: Insights from Forest Landowners' Personal Networks
The shared leadership and ownership of our private forests: Insights from forest landowners' personal networks
Tatyana B. Ruseva Appalachian State University
Burnell C. Fischer Indiana University, Bloomington

Over the last two decades, urban expansion, development, and forest conversion have called attention to the important role of private forestlands.

Private forests in the United States have a dominant share relative to other countries rich in forest resources, such as Canada, Russia, and Brazil. Over half of all forestlands in the United States are in private ownership, managed by individuals, families, tribes, corporations, ...

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