Brian Eisenhauer and Matthew Bartley (graduate student, Environmental Science and Policy) submitted a final project report to the NH Fish and Game Department

October 2nd, 2013 by Nikki-Ann

Brian Eisenhauer and Matthew Bartley (graduate student, Environmental Science and Policy) submitted a final project report to the NH Fish and Game Department, with thanks to both the Social Science Department and the Center for the Environment as key supporting organizations. The report is titled “Using Community Based Social Marketing to Improve Angler Retention in New Hampshire: Final Report and Recommendations to NH Fish and Game Department.”  Brian also has published two articles: “Environmental Concern: Examining the Role of Place Meaning and Place Attachment” co-authored with Joan M. Brehm, and Richard C. Stedman,  Society & Natural Resources , Vol. 26, Iss. 5, 2013 and “Identifying Key Factors in Homeowner’s Adoption of Water Quality Best Management Practices”, co-authored with Joan M. Brehm and Danielle K. Pasko,Environmental Management, July 2013, Volume 52, Issue 1, pp 113-122.  He also gave a lecture at The Margret and H.A. Rey Center, Waterville Valley NH, on August 2 on the topic “Exploring Wilderness By Mind and By Foot” which examined the concept of wilderness, its evolution, and the role it plays in contemporary understanding of the environment.