New Book on Angler R3
There's a new book out on the future of fisheries and aquatic conservation. Although the title is "Angler R3", the truth introduced in Chapter 1 is that our traditional conservation model must change, as the underlying assumptions about the population have changed. This doesn't mean anglers are less important, but it does mean that if we are serious about long-term viability of aquatic resource management, we have to acknowledge these changes. We likely have to change the way we do business.
I strongly encourage you to check this book out. Here's the outline:
- HISTORY AND IMPORTANCE OF ANGLING
- DECIPHERING THE ANGLER MENTALITY
- RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION STRATEGIES
- Chapter 7. Utilizing Traditional and Social Media to Reach a Target Audience
- Chapter 8. Understanding and Engaging Underrepresented Demographic Groups
- Chapter 9. Employing Data Analytics to Enhance Planning and Marketing of Angling
- Chapter 10. Design, Implementation, and Evaluation of Angler Education Programs
- ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES FOR CONSERVATION
- Chapter 11. Promoting Support for Conservation and Angling among the Nonangling Public
- Chapter 12. Developing and Utilizing Strategic Partnerships
- Chapter 13. Fish and Wildlife Agency Transformation to Adapt to a Changing World
- Chapter 14. Innovative Funding Strategies to Support Fisheries Conservation
Please contact Rebecca if you have any questions on this book.