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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    Factsheet Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 2011 2016 SCORP site Planning Workshop URPL 912 Homepage Planning Elements Status and Updates 1 Demand for Outdoor Recreation in Wisconsin 2 Wetlands Planning Summary 3 Connecting Urban and Rural Populations to Open Space Lands for Recreation and Conservation 4a Outdoor Recreation Health and Wellness Understanding Key Relationships URPL 912 Team 2 4b Outdoor Recreation Health and Wellness Enhancing the Relationship through SCORP URPL

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    the 2005 2010 Wisconsin Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Planning process Extending the work from a 2004 Governor s Conference on Forestry dealing with minimizing forest recreational use conflicts View current working paper here and a project overview used in the delphi process here Estimating the local economic impacts of angling Developing an understanding of the effects on business activity of a large scale fishing event held on Lake Wissota in June of 2005 UWEX consulting with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources A Clearinghouse of Applied Research Studies and Resources Pertaining to Tourism and Community Development Coordinator of team funds from the CNRED Program Area of the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension Service Check out the updated version here that includes a added section on the recreational use conflict literature Labor use and wage characteristics in tourism Principal investigator with financial support from a variety of sources View final report here ATV use in Wisconsin Assessing economic impacts Co principal investigator with financial support from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism View the final ATV report here and its executive summary here Socioeconomic impacts of the Wisconsin State Park System Integrating outdoor recreation within a community development framework Principal investigator with financial support from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources 3 99 12 01 View report here The role of natural amenities in rural economic growth co PI with Steve Deller USDA Forest Service for the period 7 1 00 12 31 01 The economic value of preserving natural amenities in remote areas Lake shore USDA Hatch Funds Co principal investigator with B Provencher 10 99 9 02 Outdoor recreation community development and change through time A replicated study of canoeing and trout angling in Southwestern Wisconsin Nuzem Funds base Co principal investigator with A Anderson and L Hewitt 3 99

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  • Community Development and Tourism - Web Resources
    Vacation Profit Fact sheet uses information provided by current operators on how to make a two room vacation enterprise profitable Hospitality Valuation Software Non proprietary computer software designed specifically to assist in the preparation of market studies forecasts of income and expense and valuations for lodging property Nature Tourism Financial Plan 1 0 Excel based tool allows the ranch landowner to create a five year financial projection with graphs and charts Tourism Business Development Toolbox Included in the toolbox are links to download financial planning software for a range of different tourism businesses in Wisconsin Marketing Direct Farm Marketing and Tourism Handbook Handbook is a how to guide on marketing agritourism and also provides market analysis and business planning resources National Scenic Byways Marketing Tourism A series of publications on marketing byways and cultural heritage tourism Monitoring Strategies for Monitoring Tourism in Your Community s Economy Guidebook explores and details the various options available for monitoring visitor counts and expenditures Nature Based and Ecotourism Developing Naturally An Exploratory Process for Nature Based Community Tourism Manual designed to assist communities in planning for nature based tourism Ecotourism Planning Kit Two publications from the University of Hawaii on establishing eco tourism business operation and community policy Parks and Trails Rails with Trails A report designed for the trail planner advocate or manager that synthesizes the national rails with trails experience Trails and Greenways Clearinghouse Clearinghouse provides technical assistance information resources communication forums and referrals to trail and greenway advocates and developers Back to Tools Back to Top Information Resources Information Resources are provided on the following topics Agritourism Bed and Breakfasts Community Tourism Development Cultural and Heritage Tourism Journals Market Trends and Statistics Nature based and Ecotourism Parks and Recreation Research and Tourism Industry Organizations Agritourism Alberta Ag Tourism Business Resources Page Contains links to some very practical resources for business operators Agriculture Innovation Center Tourism Resources Links to a number of valuable resources for Missouri farmers considering going into the agritourism Agri Tourism Resource guide for farmers wanting to learn more the issues to consider when entering into agritourism California Small Farm Centre Links to agritourism resources and tools provided by this University of California project Farm and Ranch Recreation Publications and links to resources on agritourism and farm and ranch recreation Missouri Alternatives Centre Comprehensive page of agritourism links The Business of Agritourism Recreation in Montana A report which builds a profile of farmers and ranchers and their agritourism business operations Bed and Breakfasts Bed and Breakfast Inns Online Information for current and prospective bed breakfast or inn operators including education seminars and how to manuals Community Tourism Development Community Tourism Development Resources University of Minnesota page contains links to publications and other web based resources on community tourism development Community Swap An innovative program from the University of Illinois Extension which pairs communities together Community members participate in incognito and unannounced visits to partner community and later provide constructive feedback on their tourism ventures Diversifying the Rural Economy Tourism

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  • Community Tourism Development - Research Clearinghouse
    is created and how this income flows through the local economy It is hoped that this clearinghouse assists communities to better understand the impact of tourism on the local and regional economy We have relied almost exclusively on tourism research but in some cases good Lake States examples exist in other fields With that in mind the organization of the applied economic impact analysis literature is designed for two different types of users 1 The practitioner wanting to learn more about the methodology of tourism economic impact analysis 2 The practitioner wanting to see examples of how economic impact analysis has been applied to different components of the tourism industry in the Lake States We have not applied a strict definition of economic impact analysis and this clearinghouse includes much research that falls outside of many definitions of economic impact analysis Community development practitioners are less concerned with definitions and more interested in answering questions We conducted a thorough review of the economic impact analysis literature but reviewed other subjects less comprehensively This clearinghouse is designed to assist the practitioner in finding the right methodology or find examples of how their question has been tackled by other researchers Not all studies are included in each inventory The clearinghouse is an update of the Regional Economic Impact Assessments An Annotated Bibliography of Selected Wisconsin Studies completed by the Center for Community Economic Development Methodology Based Inventory Activity Based Inventory Search the Clearinghouse Methodology Based Clearinghouse Tourism Economic Impact Analysis Multipliers Input Output Analysis Social Accounting Matrix Computable General Equilibrium Tourism Satellite Accounts Hallmark Events Other Methods Specific Issues Conversion Data Collection Income Distribution Employment Seasonality and Distribution Factor Analysis Taxation and Fiscal Balance Non Market Goods Valuation Stated Preferences Willingness to Pay Contingent Valuation Revealed Preferences Travel Cost Method Hedonic Pricing

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  • Community Tourism Development - About Us
    members include Dave Berard UWEX Sawyer County LCO Rob Burke UWEX Door County Don Field UW Madison Forest Ecology and Management Sue Hamilton Wisconsin Department of Tourism Marty Havlovic UWEX Dunn County J erry Hembd UW Superior CCED Gail Huycke UWEX Price County Shawn Kaskie UWEX Marinette County Mike Kornmann UWEX Burnette County Dave Marcouiller UW Madison Urban and Regional Planning Jeff Prey WDNR Bureau of Parks and Recreation Bill Ryan UWEX Center for Community Economic Development Dave Scheler Wisconsin Department of Tourism Beverly Stencel UWEX Washburn County Team Objectives Short Term Learning Assessment of current status of Extension and campus based tourism resources and programming Awareness of how tourism fits within the broader scope of CNRED teams and programs Development of goals and objectives for CNRED tourism programs which can serve as sideboards for capacity building data collection and reporting Assist in community understanding of the role tourism plays within local economic social and environmental structures and Provide guidance to UWEX in future staffing decisions Medium Term Action Work to enhance campus based specialist linkages Development of an overall plan for long term tourism capacity applied research and its extension to clientele groups building within Extension Establishment of strategic

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  • Applied Tourism Economic Impact Analysis - Search Page
    the entire abstract This is a crude search engine as it will return results if the word is listed on the html page even if it is not in the same annotation Quick Tips and Examples Just type in a few words or phrases Try to use discriminating terms that are likely to be found only in the documents you seek The more specific you are the better results you ll get Here are some examples Search by typing words and phrases Input output analysis in Wisconsin Search will find documents containing as many of these words and phrases as possible ranked so that the documents most relevant to your query are presented first Don t worry about missing a document because it doesn t have one of the words in your search Search returns relevant results even if they don t contain all query terms Identify phrases with quotation marks separate with commas social accounting matrix Lake States A phrase is entered using double quotation marks and only matches those words which appear adjacent to each other Separate multiple phrases with a comma Use UPPER case to indicate exact match Social Accounting Matrix This search engine is designed to

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  • Recreation Conflict - Overview
    recreation and instead research and management have focused on how people cope with and respond to conflict Management has increasingly focused on more participatory involvement of stakeholders and the recognition that conflict can not be avoided but multiple strategies exist to minimize the amount and the negative impact of the conflict that does occur Schneider I 2000 Revisiting and revising recreation conflict research Journal of Leisure Research 32 1 129 132 This commentary reviews the state of recreation conflict research It concludes that there is much work left to be done to reveal the essence of conflict in recreation Conceptually recreation conflict is constrained because it remains uncertain and insufficiently modeled Methodologically a quantitative bias lack of emic knowledge and an outdoor focus have impeded the advance of recreation conflict research Areas where the foci of conflict research could be expanded to include indoor recreation personal characteristics of an individual including race gender and sexual orientation and conflict within and among recreation organizations Manning R E 1999 Recreation conflict Goal interference In Studies in Outdoor Recreation Search and Research for Satisfaction Second Edition 194 206 Corvallis Oregon State University Press This chapter explores the topic of recreation conflict It focuses particularly on the goal interference model of recreation conflict that was developed by Jacob and Schreyer 1980 and presents an expanded conflict model Within the expanded conflict model the four variables postulated by Jacob and Schreyer remain activity style resource specificity mode of experience and lifestyle tolerance but these are seen as simply setting the preconditions for conflict These variable when interpreted broadly account for all the variables found to statistically related to conflict However the variables simply determine the sensitivity to conflict and other catalyzing factors or stimuli are need to actually create conflict These catalyzing factors may be of the interpersonal nature or the result of different social values Conflict can occur in a number of ways between different recreation types between people engaged in the same activity between users and managers and with other users of the land or water resources Whether conflict leads to diminished satisfaction is largely dependent on whether the users engage in coping behaviors Watson A 1995 An analysis of recent progress in recreation conflict research and perceptions of future challenges and opportunities Leisure Sciences 17 3 235 238 This paper reviews the progress in the field of recreation conflict research with particular reference to a special section of Leisure Sciences There has never been agreement on how recreation conflict should be measured While Jacob and Schreyer conflict model received significant testing and modification more recent work proposed other models A distinction for some authors exist between interpersonal versus values conflicts Other authors have suggested that the goal interference measure of conflict needs to be separated into that associated with the setting and that associated with activity New theoretical approaches are also emerging with conflict being seen less as a single event and more as a process For example a model adopted from

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  • Recreation Conflict - Goal Interference
    17 3 171 183 This study uses the goal interference theory of conflict to examine the a newly emerging conflict between helicopter skiing and other winter recreationists In particular this study examines two of Jacob and Schreyer s propositions for variables that lead to conflict goal orientation and place dependence This study surveyed 244 helicopter skiers and 266 non motorized backcountry users in the Wasatch Mountains in Utah Like many previous studies this research found a significant asymmetrical group conflict with helicopter skiers being impacted very little by non motorized backcountry users Group type was the strongest predictor of whether helicopter skiing would cause goal interference Relationships between goal orientation place dependence and goal interference varied depending on the kind of interference attribution and the kind of goal involved Goal orientation was associated with setting based goal interferences regardless of whether attributions were made to helicopter skiing or more general discourteous behavior Place dependence was associated with both setting based and activity based goal interferences but only when attributions were made to helicopter skiing Ramthun R 1995 Factors in user group conflict between hikers and mountain bikers Leisure Sciences 17 3 159 169 This study examines the conflict between mountain bikers and hikers using the Big Water trail system in Utah As in previous studies a decidedly asymmetrical conflict pattern emerged with hikers perceiving much more conflict with mountain bikers than mountain bikers with hikers For factors were analyzed for their contribution to conflict frequency of participation outgroup evaluation years of experience and leisure activity identification A path model was tested that saw these factors as impacting sensitivity to conflict and sensitivity leading to conflict attribution Outgroup bias and years of participation were found to have statistically significant effects on sensitivity to goal interference while sensitivity was found to have a significant effect on actual conflict attribution The authors conclude that efforts to reduce bias and promote tolerance for other user groups are an effective approach to user group conflicts Vaske J M Donnelly K Wittmann and S Laidlaw 1995 Interpersonal versus social values conflict Leisure Sciences 17 3 205 222 This study empirically examines the theoretical distinction between interpersonal conflict and conflict in social values using empirical data from surveys of visitors to Mt Evans Colorado The results of the study indicate that interpersonal conflicts between hunters and non hunters are relatively low with very few non hunters or former hunters seeing an animal being shot less than 5 seeing people hunting 10 or less and hearing gunshots 15 or less More people had seen others feeding wildlife between 43 of non hunters and 62 for hunters and disturbing or harassing wildlife 18 for non hunters to 37 for hunters Generally however the natural visual barriers and the managing agency s regulations that prohibit hunting near the road were minimized due to the mountain s natural visual barriers However to the extent that conflict exists with hunting associated event son Mt Evans much of problem stems from differences in social values held by hunting and non hunting publics For many of measures reported above there was more reported perceived problems than there were observed events Analyses examining the interaction between type of visitor hunters versus non hunters and number of prior visits first visit two to four visits and five or more visits suggested that conflicts in social values remained constant across frequency of visitation but varied between visitor type Ruddell E J and J H Gramann 1994 Goal orientation norms and noise induced conflict among recreation areas users Leisure Sciences 16 2 93 104 This study evaluates the goal interference theory of recreation conflict using data from a survey of 338 winter visitors to Padre Island National Seashore Texas The goal interference model defines interpersonal conflict as behavior of others that interferes with personal recreational goals The model also proposes that variations in personal standards of appropriate behavior for a setting were a major source of such interference The theory however did not address that possibility that some goals may be more vulnerable to interference from physically obtrusive behavior than others This study finds that visitors motivated by goals such as being with people considerate and respectful of others were more likely to perceive interference from loud radios than were visitors motivated by the goal to be with friends or other people like themselves The authors conclude that the more the success of goal achievement rests on factors beyond the direct control of the actor the greater the likelihood of conflict Visitors whose individual norms for radio volumes were equal to or less tolerant than the social norm were more likely to experience interference from radios whose loudness exceeded the social norm supporting the role of normative violations in recreation conflict Watson A E M J Niccolucci and D R Williams 1994 The nature of conflict between hikers and recreational stock users in the John Muir Wilderness Journal of Leisure Research 26 4 372 385 This study investigates the extent of conflict between hikers and recreational stock users in the John Muir Wilderness in the Sierra Nevada wilderness and tests the relative importance of various hypothetical predictors of conflict using multiple conflict measures The ability to predict conflict between the two user groups was high when using the goal interference dimensions of conflict definition of place specialization focus of trip expectations and lifestyle tolerance However this study found the strongest relationship was between hypothesized determinants and the attitudes hikers maintain toward encountering stock groups rather than between hypothesized determinants and a goal interference measure of conflict This finding suggests that conflict may arise because of other incompatibilities besides goals such as visitor norms Watson A E M J Niccolucci and D R Williams 1993 Hikers and recreational stocks users Predicting and managing conflicts in three wildernesses Intermountain Research Station Research Paper INT 468 United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service This study takes a detailed look at conflicts between hikers and recreational stock users in three wilderness areas

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