Linking Human and Ecosystem Health: The Benefits of Community Involvement in Conservation Groups

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This study explored the health, well-being, and social capital benefits gained by community members who are involved in the management of land for conservation in six rural communities across Victoria. A total of 102 people participated in the study (64 males; 38 females) comprising 51 members of a community-based land management group and 51 controls… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10393-006-0070-4

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