An Evaluation of a Pilot Interpretive Program for National Forest Recreation Areas in East Texas
Date of Award
Master of Forestry (MF)
A visitor survey was conducted at Ratcliff and Double Lake National Forest Recreation Areas to evaluate visitor characteristics and the effectiveness of interpretive services as a management tool. Two hundred eighty-two campers completed the visitor survey. A one hundred percent sample was attempted at both recreation areas every Sunday morning during July and August of 1991. Data from both recreation areas were analyzed and compared in order to determine any significant differences between visitors in each recreation area and also between visitors who attended or did not attend interpretive programs.
Sutphen, Ronda Elain, "An Evaluation of a Pilot Interpretive Program for National Forest Recreation Areas in East Texas" (1994). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 34.
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