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Public Attitudes of Harvesting on Private Lands - Shared screen with speaker view
Tom Kass
03:11:02
Tom Kass Hampden Co. Ma.
crdup
03:11:22
Hello from Exton, PA
tomward
03:12:55
I’m a Humboldt State forestry grad. 1972.
Deborah Liguori
03:16:06
Deb Liguori Mg Clinton Co.
Kimberly Bohn
03:19:05
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paul Noll
03:20:32
from Paul noll
Deborah Liguori
03:21:49
Voice is coming in and out.
Deborah Liguori
03:22:01
Better now
tomward
03:22:13
My audio is very good.
Kimberly Bohn
03:26:21
Trevor- if you scroll to the bottom of the screen there should be an image of a microphone or speaker, if you click on the arrow to the right of the icon there are options for selecting and testing your speaker
tomward
03:31:43
Renata’s voice is soft /muffled
Mike
03:31:51
I can't hear Renata very well.
Mike
03:33:27
Much better - thank you.
tomward
03:33:29
Voice volume good now
tomward
03:36:22
In my experience the SE is better educated/more aware of the benefits of forest management and therefore more supportive of management. That changes in the NE and in California, where environmental groups have more influence and the public is less educated/aware of benefits of forest management.
Susan Charkes
03:44:55
How were forests defined in the study? What about different attitudes if survey refers to woodlands not forests?
catherine f smith
03:46:46
In the SE, sampling matters more than elsewhere, perhaps, given social and racial differences in landownership.
Nancy
03:47:26
Would you speak a bit about how sample participants were selected?
Kimberly Bohn
03:50:47
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5ZYVBY3
Robert Mazur
03:50:55
Large metropolitan urban dwellers in the SE tend to have far different opinions than those who live in rural or medium size cities. Knowing where the sampling population is living is critical.
RickPercoco
03:53:30
I think "uninformed" is a poor choice for a word as a means to characterize public opinion. Unconvinced perhaps, or frankly, just different seems less value-laden.
tgsmith24
03:54:58
do you have plans to conduct this survey in PA specifically, since it is so heavily forested?
wrkinneer
03:57:13
Thank you ladies, nice presentation
crdup
03:58:24
Thank you. Great presentation. Very useful and informative.
Amanda Subjin
03:58:43
There's so much out there, but do you have specific recommendations for media, resources, publications, etc, for small non-profit organizations who work with the public and private forest landowners to share with these folks about the value of forests and management?
Robert Kobelia
03:59:10
What was that survey monkey link?
RickPercoco
03:59:27
Did you consider sampling for the willingness of the public to actually pay for woodland benefits: recreation vs preservation vs. water vs. carbon vs etc., as opposed to being in favor of gov't incentives?
Amanda Subjin
04:02:29
looking forward to it! thank you!
Nancy
04:03:26
A "heads-up" to mid-Atlantic participants: Please save Sunday, October 6 for the Walk in Penn's Woods across Pennsylvania. It's an attempt to education the public on how Penn's Woods Works for You. See: www.walkinpennswoods.org
catherine f smith
04:03:26
The Center for Private Forests produces excellent materials for landowners, if that’s an audience for the small profit orgs you have in mind.
Kimberly Bohn
04:05:30
David- the link will be on the Center for Private Forests website. we don't have it yet
terry
04:06:09
thank you ladies, good presentation
Lee Crocker
04:06:29
Thanks
Russ
04:06:42
Thank you!
catherine f smith
04:06:52
Appreciate the candid discussion of methodology.
Erik Hirschey
04:07:07
Thank you, very interesting.
Dennis
04:07:10
good presentation thanks to all
Nancy
04:07:52
Thanks so much!
tgsmith24
04:07:57
will tonight’s webinar cover additional material?
Sanford Smith
04:08:30
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5ZYVBY3
Melissa Kreye
04:09:06
The presentation tonight will cover the same material
Kimberly Bohn
04:09:09
Thanks Sandy! Here it is one more time!https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5ZYVBY3
Sanford Smith
04:09:15
Good job all!
Norman C. Pattison, CF
04:09:44
I do not see the continuing ed link.