Collective Action and Social Capital of Wildlife Management Associations

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2007
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"Many landowner associations have been formed in Texas to improve wildlife habitat and populations on a scale larger than single tracts. This is especially important for the management of white-tailed deer, a popular big game species that is considered a common-pool resource. Social capital, which fuels collective action among landowners, is one of the keys to successful formation and maintenance of these associations."
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common pool resources, deer, social capital
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