Land Research (65)
This post summarizes our research on county payments, including a single payment proposal to combine SRS, revenue sharing, and PILT; recent testimony before the U.S. Senate; and interactive maps that show commercial activities on National Forests.
Headwaters Economics has created an interactive map that shows the amount of per capita income explained by protected federal lands for each county in the non-metropolitan western U.S.
New Study, Interactive Map Show the Amount of Per Capita Income (PCI) Explained by Protected Land
This post summarizes two larger reports on the economic costs and benefits of a new National Park and Recreation Area for Penobscot and Piscataquis Counties, Maine.
Headwaters Economics created a series of reports on the economic performance of western communities near national monuments.
This report finds that the West’s popular national parks, monuments, wilderness areas and other public lands offer its growing high-tech and services industries a competitive advantage.
Headwaters Economics worked with the Clark Fork Coalition, U.S. Forest Service, and others to create an interactive tool that describes many of the stories behind the ongoing recovery of the Clark Fork River.
Map-Based Navigation of Employment, Income, and Industry Charts for the Eleven Western States