Ecosystem Management

Thesis: Landowners, neighbors, and invasive species

Garlic mustardLast week, Ms. Kelly Crosset successfully defended her MS thesis entitled, Landowner Perspectives on Invasive Species Management and Neighbors in Southwest Wisconsin. The abstract is below, and we will be working on developing a paper based on her work, which is quite interesting.

 

If you'd like to learn more about this study, let me know.

 

ABSTRACT

Cross-boundary cooperation: A mechanism for sustaining ecosystem services from private lands

New Publication!In the July-August edition of the Journal of Soil & Water Conservation, we outline opportunities for expanding cross-boundary cooperation, primarily at the policy - management interface. The pdf should be freely available, just click the link in the citation or the one below.

NYTimes: The Limits of Round Up and Policy

Two seemingly unrelated items in today's New York Times caught my eye. Both deal with limits.

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