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It is hypothesized that collective efficacy, defined as social cohesion among neighbors combined...
Monitoring of biodiversity and resource use by professional scientists is often costly and hard to...
This paper explores the value of using community risk assessments (CRAs) for climate change...
Social science offers rich descriptions of relationships between wildland–urban interface residents...
This paper reviews the concept of adaptation of human communities to global changes, especially...
This Trail Planning Toolkit was developed by Russell Clark, a project manager for the National Park...
Part of a series in Conservation and Stewardship Publications, this handbook is a guide to engaging...
Examples from Sweden and Canada are used in this publication to understand the development of...
This downloadable book, provided by McKenzie-Mohr & Associates, Inc. serves as a how to book...
In 2013, the National Recreation Foundation and the National Recreation and Park Association...
Each year in Canada thousands of acres of land burn in wildfires threatening nearby communities...
The WiRe team implements tiered wildfire risk assessment to inform wildfire education programs. The...
Communities, people, and human artifacts can be represented in spatial information systems so that...
This article explores the role of collaboration and communities of practice in solving wildfire...
This article discusses the phenomenon of the monarch butterfly migration and overwintering as it...
It would seem that the ecotourism that overwintering of butterflies in the Monarch Butterfly...
Much of the land in Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Reserve is owned by agrarian communities. This...