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Lisa Chase is a Natural Resources Specialist with University of Vermont Extension, where she has focused on recreation and tourism enterprises since 2002. She became the Director of the Vermont Tourism Data Center in July of 2004. Prior to working in Vermont, Lisa conducted research and outreach in New York, Colorado, Costa Rica and Ecuador, among other places. She received her B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan, her M.S. in Resources Economics from Cornell University, and her Ph.D. in Natural Resource Management and Policy from Cornell University.
Ph.D. in Natural Resource Management and Policy from Cornell University
M.S. in Resources Economics from Cornell University
B.A. in Economics from the University of Michigan
nature-based tourism, agritourism, community development, environmental conflict resolution
Chase, L.C. and D. Kuehn. 2010. Measuring Outcomes of Extension Conferences: A Case Study of the National Extension Tourism Conference. Journal of Extension 48(3):3FEA6. www.joe.org/joe/2010june/a6.php
Chase, L.C, R. Boumans, and S. Morse. 2010. Participatory modeling as a tool for community development planning: Tourism in the northern forest. Community Development: Journal of the Community Development Society, 41(3).
Chase, L.C. 2008. Agritourism. Pages 70-74 in Gary A. Goreham (ed.), Encyclopedia of Rural America: The Land and People, 2nd edition Grey House Publishing, Millerton, NY.
Chase, L.C., K. Norris, and C. Ginger. 2008. Does science matter? Resource planning in the Green Mountain National Forest. Society and Natural Resources 21(4):345-353.
Chase, L.C. 2006. Targeted marketing: Lessons from an agri-tourism enterprise. Journal of Extension 44(2):2RIB2. www.joe.org/joe/2006april/rb2.shtml