This study examined public attitudes about Minnesota lakes and their management. Specifically,
this research examined peoples’ attitudes about the value and importance of Minnesota lakes,
perceptions of lake health and aquatic plants, attitudes about lake and aquatic plant management,
and public use of lakes for recreation.
Data were gathered through a mail survey, which was distributed to 2,300 Minnesota residents.
We received 1,057 completed surveys for a 48% response rate.
Schroeder, Sue; Payton, Michelle, A.; Fulton, David, C..
A Study of the General Public’s Perceptions and Opinions of Lake and Aquatic Plant Management in Minnesota.
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