The Renewable Resources Journal (RRJ), established in 1982, provides information of general interest concerning public policy issues related to natural resources management. The journal is comprised of contributed and solicited articles on a wide range of natural resource issues, news items about RNRF's members, notices of significant meetings, editorials, and commentaries. The journal is published quarterly. Subscription rates for print issues are: Individual, U.S. address - $30; Institution, U.S. address - $49; Individual, foreign address - $35; and Institutional, foreign address - $55. Single copies of issues can be purchased for $10, plus $2.50 S/H. Please make checks in U.S. funds from U.S. bank payable to: Renewable Natural Resources Foundation, 6010 Executive Boulevard, 5th Floor, North Bethesda, MD 20852-3827. Also, you may pay over the phone or at this web site using a credit card by using the "Donate/Subscriptions" link at left.
Tables of Contents of all previous issues of RRJ, including all 29 volumes dating back to 1982, are available online. Single print issues of the journal may be purchased at the link above. RNRF Congress reports, published as special editions of RRJ are available for download at our congress page.
NEW: Beginning with Volume 28 Number 3, all
issues of the Renewable Resources Journal are
available for free digital download. Issues will be
posted at the tables of
contents page and distributed via the RNRF list serve.
Selected content from previous issues of the
Renewable Resources Journal are available for free
The Renewable Resources Journal (RRJ) is a quarterly journal of Renewable Natural Resources Foundation. Its goal is to provide timely, useful, and accurate information on natural resource conservation, management, and public policy. RRJ is designed to foster communication, cooperation, and collaboration across natural resource disciplines and organizations.
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