The purpose of the Sustainable Forest Management Public Opinion Survey was to inform Public Advisory Groups of stakeholder and constituency opinions and beliefs about sustainable forest management. This project reflects an attempt to realize continual improvement in the ways in which the Public Advisory Groups deliberate forest management issues, and to contribute to discussions about appropriate forest management practices in and near their communities. This report summarizes the responses received to date from the community of Houston. The survey instrument was a twelve-page booklet that contained questions which comprehensively measured people?s opinions and beliefs about a wide range of forest values and functions.
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