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Increasing Inclusivity on Public Lands: A Partner’s Role
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Public lands belong to all of us. So why are some people visiting more than others? This new, cutting-edge research will illuminate barriers to visitation for land managers and partners. We’ll explore the groupings of barriers -- intra-barriers and inter-barriers -- and the difficulties both entail. Through collected data, we’ll share the benefits of diverse representation and how partners can be strong allies, with research findings applied to youth programs to identify successes and areas of improvement.
Susan Newton, Consultant, University of Missouri-St. Louis
David Tomeo, Education Program Director, Alaska Geographic
Sierra McLane, Education Coordinator, Denali National Park and Reserve
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