Independant Consultant Report

Factors related to hunting and fishing participation among the nation's youth. Phase I: Literature review.

Author: 
Responsive Management.
Date: 
2003

This study consisted of a literature review on demographic trends and participation in outdoor activities, as well as an analysis of the stages of cognitive development in youth. It is part of wider research into young people's participation in Hunting and Fishing in the US.

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Factors related to hunting and fishing participation among the nation's youth. Phase V: Final report.

Author: 
Responsive Management.
Date: 
2003

This study was conducted to better understand the factors related to hunting and fishing initiation, participation, retention, and desertion among today’s youth 8-18 years old. There were two major objectives of this study. The first objective was to identify the factors involved in the recruitment and retention of the nation’s youth in hunting and fishing. The second objective was to recommend to the fish and wildlife management community programs and strategies to increase participation in hunting and fishing among the nation’s youth and improve the retention of these participants.

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The Benefits of Inland Waterways Final Report

Author: 
OGorman et al/Jacobs for DEFRA and the Inland Waterways Advisory Council
Date: 
2010

Inland waterways make a valuable contribution to peoples’ quality of life. The benefits they provide are diverse and include transport, recreation opportunities, drainage services, regeneration benefits and non-use values1. The full range of benefits is rarely considered in decisions over the use or development of inland waterways and their surrounding areas; this can result in incorrect or inappropriate decisions being made.

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