TitleChanging Forest Service Values and Their Implications for Land Management Decisions Affecting Resource-Dependent Communities.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1993
AuthorsCramer, LA
JournalRural Sociology
Volume58
Issue3
Pagination475 - 91
Date Published1993
ISBN Number0036-0112
Abstract

A nationwide survey of U.S. Forest Service employees examined values and management priorities across employment levels. Compared to agency policies, respondents gave higher priorities to noncommodity uses of national forests, such as recreation and wildlife. This disparity of opinion was greatest among new district rangers, who were more educated and more varied in background than other respondents. (SV)