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Heikki Lindroos, Martti Nenonen, Pekka Pesonen

Tutkimus metsänomistajien koulutustarpeesta.

Lindroos H., Nenonen M., Pesonen P. (1970). Tutkimus metsänomistajien koulutustarpeesta. Silva Fennica vol. 4 no. 1 article id 4815. https://doi.org/10.14214/sf.a14604

English title: Observations on the need for education of forest owners.

Abstract

The Finnish advisory organizations of private forestry provide education for forest owners on the problems concerning farm forestry. It is important that the methods in use would be able to prepare for the future development so that the teaching could lead to the most efficient learning. The present study was a survey research directed to all private forest rangers working in the District Forestry Boards in Finnish-speaking areas of the country. The inquiry was answered by 756 rangers, the returning rate being about 80%.

The results indicate that farm-forest owners have to be further educated. The education should be directed in the first place to method of artificial regeneration, cleaning-thinning, cutting operations and to the methods of physical work achievements. Particularly, it would be important to take care of teaching concerning cost calculation and economic planning. On the other hand, the enquiry indicated that, according to the opinions of the forest rangers, such skills belong most for the forest professionals and not for the farmers. According to the results, there is a need for development in the education given to farm-forest owners, as well as education of professional foresters.

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Original keywords
metsäopetus; metsäalan koulutus; koulutustarve; metsänomistajat; maatilametsätalous

English keywords
forest education; forest councelling; training needs; forest owners; farm forestry

Published in 1970

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