All Research Reports (105)
Warmer air and lake temperatures and changing precipitation patterns will affect the timber industry, tourism opportunities, and demands on the health care services.
Unconventional Oil and North Dakota Communities: State Fiscal Policy Unprepared for Impacts of Energy Development
This report analyzes the growing infrastructure and services needs of the Bakken boom and meeting the demands of unconventional energy development.
This report summarizes Colorado’s economy and the role of federal protected lands, including how the state has performed, and Colorado’s ability to attract people, investment, and businesses.
Measuring Total Rig Weeks and Changes in Rig Weeks by County
Headwaters Economics is working new transmission infrastructure issues from the perspective of regional economic development, and issues most relevant to local and state decision makers.
This report focuses on county-level details of drilling rig activity for the period 2001 to 2011 in the six Rocky Mountain oil and gas states of Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
An analysis of New Mexico’s economy and how federal protected lands impact economic performance.
Explore and Download National Forest Gross Receipts Statistics
How Will County Payments Change if Future Payments Equal 60 Percent of Average Annual Gross Receipts Over the Period 1980-2000?
This study reviews Montana’s economy and how protected lands play a positive role in attracting people, investment, and businesses to local communities.