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Private Land Conservation – Landowner Motives, Policies, and Outcomes of  Conservation Measures in Unprotected Landscapes
Research
Motivating residents to combat invasive species on private lands: social norms and community reciprocity
Rebecca M Niemiec, Nicole M Ardoin, Candace B Wharton, and Gregory P Asner
Predators on private land: broad-scale socioeconomic interactions influence large predator management
Hayley S Clements, Graeme S Cumming, and Graham I. H. Kerley
Perpetual private land conservation: the case for outdoor recreation and functional leisure
James R. Farmer, Jacob C. Brenner, Michael Drescher, Stephanie L Dickinson, and Eric G. Knackmuhs
Networking for conservation: social capital and perceptions of organizational success among land trust boards
Tatyana B. Ruseva, James R. Farmer, and Charles Chancellor
Setting priorities for private land conservation in fire-prone landscapes: Are fire risk reduction and biodiversity conservation competing or compatible objectives?
Alexandra D. Syphard, Van Butsic, Avi Bar-Massada, Jon E. Keeley, Jeff A. Tracey, and Robert N. Fisher
It is just not fair: the Endangered Species Act in the United States and Ontario
Andrea Olive
Inequity in ecosystem service delivery: socioeconomic gaps in the public-private conservation network
Amy M Villamagna, Beatriz Mogollón, and Paul L Angermeier
Opportunities and obstacles for rangeland conservation in San Diego County, California, USA
Kathleen A Farley, Kyle C Walsh, and Arielle S Levine
Private landowners and environmental conservation: a case study of social-psychological determinants of conservation program participation in Ontario
Michael Drescher, G. Keith Warriner, James R. Farmer, and Brendon M. H. Larson
Locating financial incentives among diverse motivations for long-term private land conservation
Matthew J. Selinske, Benjamin Cooke, Nooshin Torabi, Mathew J. Hardy, Andrew T. Knight, and Sarah A Bekessy
Landscape and biodiversity as new resources for agro-ecology? Insights from farmers’ perspectives
Nicolas Salliou and Cecile Barnaud
Insight
Application of a coupled human natural system framework to organize and frame challenges and opportunities for biodiversity conservation on private lands.
John E. Quinn and Jesse M. Wood
The Capacity-Building Stewardship Model: assessment of an agricultural network as a mechanism for improving regional agroecosystem sustainability
Alison J Duff, Paul H Zedler, Jeb A Barzen, and Deana L Knuteson
Public access to spatial data on private-land conservation
Adena R. Rissman, Jessica Owley, Andrew W. L'Roe, Amy Wilson Morris, and Chloe B Wardropper
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