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Technical and Scientific Reports: Leadership and Cooperation in Forest Recreation

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Three main areas of conflict in foresters' thinking with regard to outdoor recreation are defined and discussed. The main functional areas for decision and action in forest recreation are presented. The implications of the defined conflicts and the functional needs for solving outdoor recreation problems are presented. It is concluded that a different educational approach is needed for foresters interested in the recreational aspects of forestry and that instead of worrying about leadership, foresters should be worried about lack of adequate cooperation from other disciplines.
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Document Type: Journal Article

Affiliations: Professor of Forest Economics, University of Illinois, Urbana

Publication date: 01 March 1967

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