Attitudes, and Beliefs about the Great Salt Lake Among Davis County Residents
Institute for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University
This report describes results of a survey to assess county residents’ attitudes and awareness about the Great Salt Lake and its recreation/tourism potential. It measured Davis County citizens’ beliefs about the lake as a natural setting as well as a recreation/tourism destination. The survey took place in conjunction with an ongoing study of use, attitudes, and knowledge about wetlands in northern Utah, part of a project to develop a wetlands education master plan for the Great Salt Lake region under the auspices of the Utah Reclamation Mitigation and Conservation Commission and the state Division of Wildlife Resources.
Brunson, M.W., and B. Nicholson. 1999. Use, Attitudes, and Beliefs about the Great Salt Lake Among Davis County Residents. Professional Report 1999-02, Institute for Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, Utah State University, Logan