Washington Results (7)
Report on the economy of the Olympics Peninsula and impact of the Wild Olympics proposal.
Headwaters Economics has created an interactive page that shows visits, non-local spending, and jobs created in gateway communities for each of the National Park Service units.
The Atlas of the Northwest shows areas with high ecological importance, where human activities put pressure on natural resources, and opportunities to conserve important natural resources.
This report on land ownership and the ranching economy in the Okanogan Valley and Eastern Okanogan County focuses on fragmentation and turnover in large, agricultural properties and the effects of these trends.
This report examines the importance of southwest Montana timber to the Union Pacific Railroad line, and the significance of the railroad as a mode of transportation for timber-related manufacturers.
This study reviews the possible impacts of the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition’s “Blueprint” proposal for managing National Forest lands in the region.
This fact sheet summarizes Washington’s recent economic growth and the role of protected public lands in supporting faster job creation and higher per-capita income.