Pasture in forest practitioners tend to have higher uptake of climate-smart forestry practices?

Months ago I had read that woodland graziers tend to have higher acceptance of forest management activities: logging, thinning, mechanical interventions, prescribed burning, chemical treatments, cultural treatments. That sounds intuitive enough, but I remember this was in a scientific paper that involved a survey of woodland owners, with results showing that woodland graziers were more willing to engage in those practices (and perhaps work with a forester) as compared with non-grazing woodland owners. I can no longer find that survey though.

Does anyone know what I'm talking about and can point me to the reference for that? Brett and Joe, I thought this was a publication you both were involved in, but poking around Google Scholar I'm not finding it. Figured I'd just ask here!

The paper I found closest to this is Orefice et al. 2016 "Silvopasture practices and perspectives in the Northeastern United States", but that did not include the survey I was thinking of that heard from both grazing and non-grazing woodland owners.

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