Publications etc.

  • Kittredge, D.B., M.G. Rickenbach, T.G. Knoot, E. Lorusso, & A. Erazo. 2013. It's the network: How personal connections shape decisions about private forest use. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 30(2):67-74.
  • Rickenbach, M., T. Knoot, K. Silbernagel, C. Nielsen, & A. Hellman. 2013. Expanding sustainable forestry on Wisconsin woodlands. University of Wisconsin-Extension Cooperative Extension G3996. Madison, WI. 20 pp.
  • Rickenbach, M., L.A. Schulte, D.B. Kittredge, W.G. Labich, & D.J. Shinneman. 2011. Cross-boundary cooperation: A mechanism for sustaining ecosystem services from private lands. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66(4):91A-96A; doi:10.2489/jswc.66.4.91A
  • Rickenbach, M. 2011. Proposed legislative changes to the MFL: Focus on local government. University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, Forestry Fact #107. Madison, WI.
  • Knoot, T.G., and M. Rickenbach. 2011. Best Management Practices and timber harvesting: The role of interpersonal networks in shaping landowner decisions. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 26(2):171-182.
  • Knoot, Schulte, & Rickenbach. 2010. Oak conservation and restoration on private forestlands: Negotiating a social-ecological landscape. Environmental Management 45(1): 155-164.
  • Breschak, J., and M. Rickenbach. 2010. The Managed Forest Law Property Tax Program (Revised 2010). University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, Forestry Fact #50. Madison, WI.
  • Written Testimony to the Wisconsin Assembly Forestry Committee Public Hearing on Senate Bill 300 (18 November 2009)
  • Testimony to the Wisconsin Assembly Forestry Committee Public Hearing on the Managed Forest Law (1 September 2009)
  • Rickenbach. 2009. Serving members and reaching others: The Performance and social networks of a landowner cooperative. Forest Policy and Economics 11(2009):593-599.
  • WNDR, WWOA, & UWEX. 2009. Understanding the Sample Timber Sale Contract (includes the Sample Timber Sale Contract). University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology Forestry Fact #94.
  • Knoot, Schulte, Grudens-Schuck, & Rickenbach. 2009. The Changing Social Landscape in the Midwest: A Boon for Forestry and Bust for Oak? Journal of Forestry 107(5):260-266.
  • Rickenbach, Knoot, & Breschak. 2009. Network Perspective on Peer‐to‐Peer Learning: Edited Comments from the Woodland Owner Networks Symposium. Woodland Owner Networks Symposium. 28-30 April 2009, Chaska, MN.
  • Rickenbach & Saunders. 2009. The MFL and Local Property Tax Revenues for Townships: An Exploratory Study of Shifting Enrollments. UWEX Cooperative Extension Service GWQ52 & Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources PUB-FR-432 2009.
  • Rickenbach & Kittredge. 2009. Time and distance: Comparing motivations among forest landowners in New England. Small-scale Forestry 8(1):95-108.
  • Gass, Rickenbach, Schulte, & Zeuli. 2009. Cross-boundary coordination on forested landscapes: Investigating alternatives for implementation. Environmental Management 43(1):107-117.
  • Kiefaber, Gass, & Rickenbach. 2008. An Introduction to Wisconsin's Forest Sustainability Framework. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry PUB-FR-424-2008. Madison, WI. 12 pp.
  • Schulte, Rickenbach, & Merrick. 2008. Ecological and economic benefits of cross-boundary coordination among private forest landowners. Landscape Ecology 23(4):481-496.
  • Wisconsin's Forest Sustainability Framework Advisory Committee (Rickenbach, chair). 2007. Wisconsin Forest Sustainability Framework: Report submitted to the Wisconsin Council on Forestry. Madison, WI. 90 pp.

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