FARE research encompasses a wide array of work. Here is an example of a thematic presentation of FARE related research on land use issues:
Land Use Policy Research at FARE:
FARE researchers conduct a broad range of work on a variety of issues related to land use in rural and urbanizing areas. This work is often undertaken through interdisciplinary research projects with colleagues in complementary disciplines across the university.
Research areas include:
- Greenbelt & Farmland Preservation
- Manure Management
- Property Rights & Compensation
- Rural Development
- Urban Pressure & Spatial Measures
- Watersheds & Wetlands
- Wind Turbines & Alternative Energy
For more current research and projects, please see the following pages:
Graduate student research and accomplishments are reflected in the MSc / PhD theses and MBA major papers. Please note that these items are not available for loan or purchase.
This section of the web site houses the various published works of our faculty over approximately the past fifteen years, subdivided by category, then year: