Join us for a FOCI webinar, How campers’ beliefs affect firewood transport, on Tuesday March 19th 2019 at 2pm Eastern (11am Pacific, Noon Mountain, 1pm Central). This webinar will share results of an on-site survey of campers in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont and how their beliefs about forest pests affected firewood transport. A joint presentation will be given by John Daigle, Professor in the School of Forest Resources, University of Maine, Orono, Maine; Crista Straub, Social Scientist with the Social & Economic Analysis Branch, US Geological Service, Fort Collins, Colorado; and Nate Siegert, Forest Entomologist, US Forest Service, Northeastern Area State & Private Forestry, Forest Health Protection, Durham, New Hampshire. The format of the webinar will be approximately 40 minutes of presentations, and 20 minutes of open discussion on assessing the effectiveness of outreach and education efforts and links to current research and management of invasive species.
- Link for webinar is here: https://tnc.zoom.us/j/994066179
- Phone information is here: Call: 1 646 876 9923 Code: 994 066 179, then press #
- The recorded presentation will be posted here once it is prepared (after the webinar is completed).
- The webinar’s powerpoint slides will be posted here when ready.
- The paper we will be discussing is found in the journal Forest Science: How Campers’ Beliefs about Forest Pests Affect Firewood Transport Behavior: An Application of Involvement Theory