Recreation as a path for place making and community building 1

@inproceedings{Kruger2006RecreationAA,
  title={Recreation as a path for place making and community building 1},
  author={Linda Everett Kruger},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Social science researchers who study natural resource based rural communities are increasingly interested in the attachments people form with natural landscapes and the actions that result from those relationships. Recreation, encompassing outdoor leisure activities engaged in by tourists, seasonal and year‐round residents, involves a relationship with the land where the activity takes place. This paper highlights trends resulting in increased recreation participation and presents an… CONTINUE READING