Published On: July 1st, 2001
Author: Brian Egan, Lisa Ambus, Brian Evans, David Boyd, Stella Spak, Stephen Tyler, Michael M'Gonigle, and Heather Mahony
Full Citation: Egan, B., Ambus, L., Evans, B., Boyd, D., Spak, S., Tyler, S., M’Gonigle, M., and Mahony, H. 2001. When There’s A Way, There’s a Will, Report 2: “Models of Community-Based Natural Resource Management”. Victoria: Eco-Research Chair in Environmental Law and Policy, University of Victoria.
This report reviews over 60 examples of experience and experimentation in community-based natural resource management from British Columbia and many countries around the world. It is the second report in the “When There’s a Way, There’s a Will” series—a three-volume study on community-based natural resource management in British Columbia.