Managers' Views of Dispersed Recreation along Forest Roads
Abstract:A survey of public and private natural-resource managers in the Pacific Northwest revealed considerable generalized support for dispersed recreation along forest roads. Most managers indicated they would favor some activities, such as hiking, hunting, and fishing. But they would strongly discourage other activities such as extended living and most forms of off-road vehicle use.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Teaching in New York City, Assistance in the Design of the Study
Publication date: September 1, 1978
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