Family Forest Research Center
As the Research Coordinator for the Family Forest Research Center (FFRC), Jake works with other FFRC members to study the attitudes and behaviors of family forest owners using qualitative and quantitative research techniques. The FFRC is a partnership between the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Department of Natural Resources Conservation and the U.S Forest Service, Northern Research Station dedicated to increasing understanding of family forest owners.
Prior to his work with the FFRC, Jake worked in non-profit land conservation, first with the Trust for Public Land, based in Concord, New Hampshire, and then for the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests.
- Forest Landowner Behavior
- Land Conservation and Stewardship
Last updated February 27, 2013 by Jake Hewes