Natural resource management requires knowledge of policy issues, economics and human valuation as much as it requires knowledge of specific natural resources. What are the complex policy factors involved in natural resource management? What is the basic role of economics in the management of natural resources? How are human value systems that underlie policy making and economics integrated into policy decisions? The Natural Resource Policy, Values and Economics Program is designed to answer these questions and enable the natural resource professional to synthesize the concepts learned for use in everyday professional practice.
The cost is $1350 per participant. Seminar cost includes the workshop fee and educational materials. The cost does not include travel, or meals.
How to Register
USFS Employees: After registering through your Continuing Education Program, you will still need to fill out the above registration form.
PSU Students: This course is offered for three graduate credits, and will be available for registration via PSU's online registration system. Please contact Dr. Craig Shinn before registering.