Family Forest Research Center
Kyle Andrejczyk is a Research Fellow whose current work involves processing the National Woodland Owner Survey (NWOS). He is also taking part in a national evaluation of the Forest Stewardship Program. His current endeavors employ qualitative methods to gain a better understanding of forest landowner behavior and attitudes.
Kyle earned a BS from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst where he majored in forestry. During his tenure as utility forester, Kyle worked very closely with landowners and public officials to develop vegetation management plans. The experience inspired an interest in the human dimensions of natural resource management and prompted him to complete a Master of Public Policy & Administration degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 2012.
His interests include comparative policy studies and motorcycles.
Last updated February 27, 2013 by Jake Hewes