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UVM Management Survey

The University of Vermont is conducting a survey to understand the current status of forestry practices used when managing maple forests. The purpose of this study is to conduct a multi-state survey of northeast public and private foresters to understand current status of forest management related to maple sap production. Survey results will be compiled and summarized to help educate interested stakeholders as to best practices. You have been invited to participate given your professional experience in this area. Taking part in this study is voluntary. You may choose to withdraw at any time. If you take part in the survey you will be asked to complete the following online (or print survey). The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. If you would like to request a printed hard copy you can contact Mark Isselhardt at (802) 899-9926 or mark.isselhardt@uvm.edu to have a copy sent to you.

All information collected about you during the course of this study will be stored without any identifiers. You will access the survey by following this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZRX7P62

If you have any questions about this study contact Mark Isselhardt at the following phone number (802) 899-9926. If you have questions or concerns about your rights as a research participant, then you may contact the Director of the Research Protections Office at (802) 656-5040.

 

Mark L. Isselhardt-Maple Specialist

University of Vermont Extension

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The four sides of the Tree Farm sign tell the story of sustainable forestry ... a thriving forestland that has clean water, a healthy wildlife habitat and recreational opportunities. Our green and white diamond shaped Tree Farm signs are widely recognized across the country.  X

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Christa Campbell
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PO Box 24, Washington Square
Greenwich, NY 12834
 

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