Marcellus Shale Landowner Coalitions: Form, Function, and Impact

Grace Wildermuth, Penn State PhD Student in Rural Sociology, will discuss the research from her thesis on landowner coalitions during this month’s webinar.
Marcellus Shale Landowner Coalitions: Form, Function, and Impact - Webinars
Language: English
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Description

When: August 23, 2018, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Grace Wildermuth will share her results from a research project that investigated Marcellus Shale landowner coalitions in a five-county region in Northeast Pennsylvania.

Topics discussed will include:

  • coalition models and forms
  • benefits and detriments of membership in a coalition
  • best practices identified by members of coalitions
  • specific effects of participation in a coalition for agriculturalists
  • potential future applications of the landowner coalition model.
Who is this for?

This webinar will benefit landowners, and organizations interested in coalition models.

Instructors

Community Development

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