Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Outdoor Recreation 1010 and 1070; or permission of the instructor Description: An introduction to the conceptual and operational aspects of planning and managing for outdoor recreation in the context of sustainable, integrated forestry. This course evaluates the socio-cultural, silvicultural, economic, entrepreneurial, and managerial dimensions of providing recreation and tourism opportunities in a multiple use forest. Current management practices are studied through regional case studies and critically examined against a background of national and international approaches. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in OUTD 2290 may not take OUTD 3290 for credit.

OUTD 3290 Forest Recreation Management

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Outdoor Recreation 1010 and 1070; or permission of the instructor Description: An introduction to the conceptual and operational aspects of planning and managing for outdoor recreation in the context of sustainable, integrated forestry. This course evaluates the socio-cultural, silvicultural, economic, entrepreneurial, and managerial dimensions of providing recreation and tourism opportunities in a multiple use forest. Current management practices are studied through regional case studies and critically examined against a background of national and international approaches. Offering: 3-0; or 3-0 Notes: Students who have previous credit in OUTD 2290 may not take OUTD 3290 for credit.




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