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Publications

Publications

Below are research publications providing the evidence-base that supports a peer to peer outreach approach.

Broussard Allred, S., Goff, G., Wetzel, L. and M. Luo.  Evaluating Peer Impacts of the Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program in New York.  Journal of Extension.  October 2011.

Broussard Allred, S., Goff, G.R., Luo, M.K., and L.P. Wetzel, L.P.  2010.  An Evaluation of the Impact of the New York Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program.  Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit, HDRU Outreach Publication No. 10-2, January 2010.   

Broussard Allred, S. and G. Goff.  2009. The Power of Peer Learning Programs in Natural Resources.  Cornell University, Community and Rural Development Institute (CARDI) Rural New York Minute, Issue 32(August).   

Broussard Allred, S., Goff, G., Wetzel, L., and M. Luo.  2009.  An Evaluation of the NY Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program:  Survey of Woodland Owners Visited by a NY Master Forest Owner Volunteer.   Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit, HDRU Series No. 09-7, June 2009, 39p.  

Broussard Allred, S., Goff, G., Wetzel, L., and M. Luo.  2009a.  An Evaluation of the NY Master Forest Owner Volunteer Program:  Master Forest Owner Activities and Impact.   Cornell University Human Dimensions Research Unit, HDRU Series No. 09-6, June 2009, 51p. 

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