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    • Lac du Flambeau community survey report 

      Hadley, Shelly; Trechter, David; Janke, James; Parks, Denise (2008-05)
      The motivation for this study was to gather opinions of Lac du Flambeau Tribal members about a number of important issues facing the Reservation.
    • Lac du Flambeau community survey report 

      Hadley, Shelly; Trechter, David (2011-06)
      The motivation for this study was to gather opinions of Lac du Flambeau Tribal members about a number of important issues facing the Tribe.
    • Lac du Flambeau integrated resource management plan opinion survey: Spring 2005 

      Trechter, David; Gauthier, Brian; Parks, Denise (2005-09)
      In April and May 2005 the Survey Research Center (SRC) conducted a survey for the members of the Lac Du Flambeau (LDF) Band of Lac Superior Chippewa Indians on management and conservation of natural and cultural resources ...
    • Lac du Flambeau water quality survey report 

      Hadley, Shelly; Trechter, David; Janke, James; Parks, Denise; Gunter, Ramona (2008-06)
      The purpose for this study was to gather opinions of Tribal members about water issues on the Reservation. At the time of the project, the Lac du Flambeau Tribe's Natural Resource Department was considering an update of ...
    • Lactate and Traumatic Brain Injury 

      Mallory, Nicole (2015-12-21)
    • Lake full of lead 

      Cordua, William S. (William Sinclair), 1947- (St. Croix Rockhounds, Stillwater, MN, 1995)
    • Landscape & grounds maintenance short course evaluation, 2013 

      Janke, James; Trechter, David; Hadley, Shelly (2013-05)
      This study was developed to evaluate the outcomes of the 2013 Landscape and Grounds Short Course sponsored by the University of Wisconsin-Extension in three southeast Wisconsin locations. Participants in the short course ...
    • Landscapes Defined 

      King-Hildreth, Julie (2013-09-23)
      Landscape paintings are records of time and place and change. A landscape painting is looking at the land through someone else?s eyes. Choosing this subject matter, a person may find out that it is a process of discovering ...
    • Lazulite or Lazurite? 

      Cordua, William S. (William Sinclair), 1947- (St. Croix Rockhounds, Stillwater, MN, 1999)
    • Learning Pathways of Non-Traditional Farmers in Agricultural Niche Markets 

      Fisk, James D. (2019)
      Farmers have turned to the University Extension system since its beginnings in the United States with the establishment of the land-grant institutions and extension services. This study focuses on niche market non-traditional ...
    • Learning to be free: the importance of education in Frederick Douglass' Narrative 

      Stiebling, Jessica (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Jessica Stiebling (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) in which she examines the importance of education to Frederick Douglass in his Narrative.
    • Leftover medication disposal in Waukesha and Winnebago Counties, survey report, 2009 

      Janke, James; Trechter, David; Hadley, Shelly (2009-04)
      The purpose of this study was to gather opinions about the disposal of unused/leftover medicines in Waukesha and Winnebago Counties and was part of a research project by Steven Brachman of the UW Extension Solid and Hazardous ...
    • Leftover medicine disposal in the Great Lakes Basin counties of Wisconsin, survey report, 2011 

      Janke, James; Trechter, David; Hadley, Shelly (2011-07)
      The purpose of this study was to gather information about the practices and opinions with respect to the disposal of leftover medicines in the Wisconsin counties that are partially or totally within the Great Lakes basin ...
    • Lexical Awareness and Pattern Grammar in the EFL Online Classroom: A Focus on Conversational Native-like Fluency for Upper-Intermediate Learners of English 

      Swangstu, Sarah (2017-11-14)
      One of the most challenging aspects of teaching English as a foreign language is effective instruction of lexical items and their associated patterns in English grammar. As single units of meaning embodied in a multi-word ...
    • Lexical error analysis of advanced language learners' writings 

      Wells, Nathan (2013-05-10)
      Advanced language learners have unique challenges with vocabulary instruction. At the advanced level, learners most likely have an extensive vocabulary that covers the high frequency words of the language. However, ...
    • Lifestyle habits of University of Wisconsin-River Falls female students 

      Pedersen, Marta; Syrstad, Alyssa; Jordahl, Becca (2010-04-29)
      The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between healthy lifestyle choices of female college students on the University of Wisconsin-River Falls campus and their weekly physical activity.
    • Literacy Engagement and the Impacts on Literacy Development 

      Stadler Smith, Nichole (2021-08-11)
      The most common reason for a person to partake in reading and writing is enjoyment which also provides intrinsic motivation. Students who have intrinsic motivation are more likely to be engaged and interact deeply in the ...
    • Literary magazine trends 

      Zierden, Rachel (2008-01-03)
      Paper written by Rachel Zierden in the spring semester 2007 at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for Dr. Jennifer Brantley's English 482 writing seminar class. In this paper, the author discusses literary market ...
    • Luster of pearls 

      Cordua, William S. (William Sinclair), 1947- (St. Croix Rockhounds, Stillwater, MN, 1997)
    • Lustrous behavior 

      Cordua, William S. (William Sinclair), 1947- (St. Croix Rockhounds, Stillwater, MN, 1992)