Landowner Management Behavior Persistence after Habitat Incentive Programs

Seth Lutter

Virginia Tech

Seth Lutter is a Masters student in the Department of Fish and Wildlife Conservation at Virginia Tech. His research interests include private lands conservation, conservation incentive programs, and the role of trust in natural resource management.

Abstract

Voluntary incentive programs are critical for achieving wildlife habitat conservation outcomes on private lands. While landowner participation in incentive programs has been well studied, little research has focused on whether... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Seth Lutter (Virginia Tech)
  2. Ashley A Dayer (Virginia Tech)
  3. Jeffrey Larkin (Indiana University)

Topic Area

Topics: Private Lands Conservation

Session

M-1D » Conservation Behavior on Private Lands I: State of Knowledge (10:00 - Monday, 18th September, Diamond East)

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