Cooperation and Communication: Benefits for Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners
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How to Cite

Ricci, Nicole, Chris Demers, and Alan Long. 2010. “Cooperation and Communication: Benefits for Non-Industrial Private Forest Landowners: FOR235/FR297, 3/2010”. EDIS 2010 (3). Gainesville, FL.


FOR235, a 6-page fact sheet by Nicole Ricci, Chris Demers. and Alan Long, discusses various opportunities available to landowners needing resources for successful long-term land management. Includes references. Published by the UF School of Forest Resources and Conservation, March 2010.


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