A case for consumer-driven extension programming: agroforestry adoption potential in Pennsylvania

@article{Strong2006ACF,
  title={A case for consumer-driven extension programming: agroforestry adoption potential in Pennsylvania},
  author={Norman C. Strong and Michael Gregory Jacobson},
  journal={Agroforestry Systems},
  year={2006},
  volume={68},
  pages={43-52}
}
In an effort to assess agroforestry adoption potential among a diverse Pennsylvania landowner population, a mail survey instrument was sent to 250 members of the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) and 250 members of Woodland Owner Associations (WOA). Current management objectives and production strategies, agroforestry awareness, agroforestry interest, and perceptions regarding the benefits and obstacles to agroforestry adoption were gauged. Market segmentation was… CONTINUE READING

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