Availability of organized and capable networks of trustable and enduring forestry support will increase landowner knowledge, trust, and practice of sustainable forestry which, in turn, will increase profits from forestry, greater ecological and aesthetic forest value, and retention of land ownership. This is a summary of the information learned from dialogues with participants in SFLR.

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  • Title: Theory of change and learning questions
  • Description: Theory of change and learning questions for the SFLR program
  • Authority: SFLR Staff
  • Subject: SFLR learnings
  • Date: 2012
  • Creator: U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities
  • Contributor: Danyelle O’Hara
  • Format: pdf
  • Coverage: USA, Southeast
  • Data integrity check passed: Yes
  • Unique Database ID: 3311
  • Language: English
  • Methodology: Organization created document
  • Publisher: SFLR
  • Relation: SFLR
  • Rights: CC BY
  • Source: SFLR
  • Type: Digital document
  • Version: 1.0.0