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Assessing the Participation, Effectiveness, and Equity of Revegetation Assistance Programs for Private and Tribal Landowners in the U.S. Using Evidence-Based Policy and Participatory Action Research Approaches

One of the goals of this project is to assess the equity of financial and technical assistance programs aimed at revegetation of private and Tribal lands in the U.S. using Participatory Action Research, including: building a network of stakeholders to engage underrepresented landowners and underserved communities, facilitating focus groups and workshops and developing and testing activities to increase the engagement of underrepresented landowners in revegetation and revegetation assistance programs.

Multi-institutional | Research Working Group
August 1, 2023
– July 31, 2025

Project Details

Funded by R&D Bipartisan Infrastructure Law – Ecosystem Restoration

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Research Institute for Environment, Energy, and Economics (RIEEE)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Tatyana Ruseva

MA Program Director
Professor

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