Organization and Support of Long-Term Collaborative Relationships Between Private Citizens, Government Institutions and Universities
Successful conservation of forested natural areas within a matrix of urban land uses requires an ongoing collaborative relationship between private citizens, their governments, and scientists. Such collaboration requires an understanding of the social values which drive political decision making, an understanding of the function and processes that govern the natural area, and ecosystem management.
“Organization and Support of Long-Term Collaborative Relationships Between Private Citizens, Government Institutions and Universities to Conduct Inventories and Ecological Analyses across the Tampa Bay Watershed; Development of Strategic Plans for Forest Conservation; and Ongoing Support for Ecologically Based Management,” Cities and the Environment (CATE): Vol. 13.