Outdoor Recreation Planning - Print
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Whether visitors or not, all citizens own public land and its associated resources...
Professional, responsive, and carefully considered planning is critical to success in developing, managing, and making accessible outdoor recreation resources.
Outdoor Recreation Planning provides guidance for defining where outdoor recreation resource management should and could be going forward and sound advice, principles, and approaches for identifying pathways for getting there.
Responsive outdoor recreation resource planning must actively and interactively engage, early and often, the stakeholders, citizens, and others the planning organization is working to serve. Considered planning will look carefully and comprehensively at the opportunities and constraints for achieving success.
Outdoor Recreation Planning is unique because it has been prepared by academics and planning practitioners working together to provide a teaching guide as well as a planning applications resource. The authors have practical experience in advising and helping to develop recreation resource planning rules and procedures and in developing master plans for public properties.
It is a must read for anyone interested in learning about, protecting, managing, and planning for public outdoor recreation resources.
By H. Ken Cordell
Chapter One: Introduction
Prepared by John Baas and Glenn E. Haas
Chapter Two: Overview of the Master Planning Process
Prepared by John Baas
Chapter Three: Recreation Resource Inventories and Studies
Prepared by Sergio Capozzi and Michael Taylor
Chapter Four: GIS Applications
Prepared by J. Adam Becco, Jeffrey Hallo, Robert E. Manning, Jean Akers, Steve Duh, Charlynne Smith, Chelsey Walden-Schreiner, and Yu-Fai Leung
Chapter Five: Estimating Recreation Supply and Demand
Prepared by John Baas, Glenn E. Haas, and Margaret Bailey
Chapter Six: Collaborative Planning and Public Participation:
Emerging Design and Strategy
Prepared by Steve Selin and Cindy Mendoza
Chapter Seven: Alternatives Development and Analysis
Prepared by Margaret Bailey, Mimi Mather, and Heidi West
Chapter Eight: Managing the Recreation Planning Process
Prepared by Robert C. Burns
Chapter Nine: Planning and Decision Making
Prepared by Laurlyn K. Harmon and Glenn E. Haas
Chapter Ten: Plan Implementation
Prepared by Steven M. Cohn and Chad D. Pierskalla
Chapter Eleven: International Perspectives
Prepared by Arne Arnberger, Eick von Ruschkowski, and Robert C. Burns
Chapter Twelve: Overview of the Statewide Comprehensive Recreation Planning Process
Prepared by Terry R. Bergerson, Kreg A. Lindberg, Robert C. Burns, Alan R. Graefe, Randall S. Rosenberger, and Elizabeth Metcalf
Chapter Thirteen: Emerging Issues in Recreation Resource Planning
Prepared by John Baas, Ted Eubanks, Doug Whittaker, and Bo Shelby
By Robert E. Manning