OFRI and ODF launch Forest Values and Beliefs survey.
Oregon Forest Resource Institute
Values and beliefs about Oregon’s forests and forest practices is the subject of research now under way by OFRI and the Oregon Department of Forestry. Every four years, OFRI conducts similar research as a means of gauging public knowledge and attitudes about forests and forestry and to help OFRI develop more effective programs. The research also helps OFRI measure the effectiveness of its existing landowner, K-12 and public outreach programs. We want to know what you think.
By taking ten minutes or so responding to this confidential survey, you can help OFRI with its future programs.
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