recreationist

recreationist

(ˌrɛkrɪˈeɪʃənɪst)
n
1. US and Canadian someone who engages in a recreation, esp an outdoor leisure activity
2. rare formal someone who supports or campaigns for the provision of recreational facilities
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For each motorized recreationist ([x.sup.11]) in a finite area, the
As a therapeutic recreationist, she designs activity programs for patients at a trauma center.
(19) While this may be a somewhat overstated disclaimer, she does present a careful dissection of the narrower stage of recreationist politics itself.
The expenses associated with property rights' capture represent transfers from the direct beneficiaries of the public land (the rancher and the recreationist) to lobbyists employed by the two interest groups.
Willingness to pay as defined by |6~ can be used as a measure of the net benefits to a recreationist of wetlands protection or creation (U.S.
Professional and practical experiences on federal rangelands as rancher, educator, scientist, and recreationist have lead me to believe that ignorance and inappropriate policies have had more to do with past and present conflicts and mismanagement than a lack of sound technology.
"Every recreationist - whether hiker, biker, horsepacker or posey sniffer - should not begin by asking, 'What's best for me?
This conflict will be exacerbated where the goals of the recreationist conflict with legitimate resource extraction activities.
Then he calculates [7], which is the loss in the value of access for the recreationist living in the house.
This coalition, the Landowner and Recreationist Alliance (LRA), met formally for the first time last June 14 at the Washington Press Club in our nation's capital.
Small businesses will continue to receive a significant economic boost from snowmobilers and other winter recreationist who patronize gas stations, stores and restaurants.
Cooperative stewardship efforts of public land managers, biologists, ranchers and farmers, and wildlife conservationists, and recreationists helped remove peregrines from the Federal Endangered Species list in 1999, said Lisa Bryant, Canyon Country spokesperson.