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An Examination of the Relationship Between Recreational Boating
Widespread recognition of the absence of formal program evaluations and related research to guide aquatic resource and stewardship educators manifested itself as a priority concern at the initial February 2000 meeting of the Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation�s (RBFF)Education Task Force. The task force was formed to address the educational component of the strategic plan of the Sport Fishing and Boating Partnership Council�s outreach and communication program.
http://www.rbff.org/research/download/Executive_Su...

Participation in Boating and Fishing: A literature review
The purpose of this project was to assist the RBFF by reviewing the existing literature available on participation by individual market segments in recreational angling and boating. The RBFF has identified five criteria which priority market segments
http://www.rbff.org/research/Lit-Review-Final.pdf

RBFF - African American and Hispanic Participation In and Attitudes Towards Recr
This research provides in-depth understanding of recreational boaters and anglers by examining their attitudes, perceptions and ideas about boating and fishing. The primary means of achieving this end involves the identification of boating and fishing consumer segments. These segments are based on: attitudes toward fishing and boating; lifestyles and psychographics; and, fishing and boating behavior.
http://www.rbff.org/research/attitudestudy.cfm

RBFF - African American and Hispanic Participation In and Attitudes Towards Recr
This national report includes information on interest levels in participating, barriers to participation, potential inducements to increase participation, attitudes towards the environment, and much more! RBFF sends out a special thanks to the members of its task force on market research for their invaluable help in initiating and guiding this project.
http://www.rbff.org/research/report.cfm

RBFF - National Aquatic Education Leadership Summit
In 2000, RBFF's task force on education developed guidelines for research-based boating/fishing education programs utilizing best professional practices to determine which processes provide the best experiences for conveying knowledge, developing skills, and changing attitudes and behaviors. Environmental and outdoor education professionals were commissioned to provide summaries of research and recommendations for the development of Best Practices for fishing, boating and aquatic stewardship education. This group also recommended basic practices for: program planning, development and implementation; professional development; program evaluation; and educational program research. The result of this is a 180-page document that includes a summary report and 11 supporting papers.
http://www.rbff.org/educational/bestpractices.cfm

RBFF - Responsive Management Evaluation of Georgia Kids' Fishing Events
Responsive Management Evaluation of Georgia Kids' Fishing Events


http://rbff.org/pressroom/news_report.cfm?id=2...
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