The UWSC conducted five focus groups with owners of Wisconsin forest land, who were recruited from membership lists of woodland organizations.
This study is designed to validate environmental performance models/management systems and measure their performance. The UWSC will conduct telephone interviews with a total of 900 plastics and fabricated metals manufacturers throughout the United States to get a picture of how these manufacturers deal with environmental issues internally.
Boaters were asked to give information about their boating activities and gasoline consumption in a specific two-week period during this summer.
The survey assessed the fish consumption habits and advisory awareness of the general population of Great Lakes States residents.
The goal of this study was to interview 400 randomly selected men and women in households throughout the State of Wisconsin to assess participation in and opinions about recycling, outdoor recreation, children’s media produced by the DNR, and DNR decision-making.
A 12-page booklet-style questionnaire was used to gather data on respondents’ attitudes toward their woodlands, activities related to their woodlands, and their participation in woodlands-related organizations.
The Mercury Advisory Awareness Study was a telephone survey of 1000 randomly selected women of childbearing age (18 to 45) in Wisconsin and Maine to determine their fish consumption habits and mercury advisory awareness.
The purpose of this survey is to understand public opinion and perception of forestry and issues relating to Wisconsin Forestry practices.
The Wisconsin DNR ATV, Snowmobile, and Boat Study was a three wave mail survey of approxmiately 23,000 Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota residents. Respondents were of three types: ATV users, snowmobilers, and boaters.
For this study, the UWSC conducted a mail survey in which landowners were questioned about their attitudes toward a proposed expansion of state land in the Mirror Lake area.