Workshop Description and Summary
In Santa Fe on March 26, 2007, Headwaters Economics conducted a public workshop titled “Know your Social and Economic Situation” for the Santa Fe National Forest.
The goals of the workshop were to involve the public early in the process of developing a new Forest Plan, discuss and understand better the social and economic situation of the area and how it has changed since the last Forest Plan was adopted, and generate reliable and transparent information the Forest Service can use to inform its planning and management.
Economic Profiles from Economic Profile System (EPS)
EPS Profiles contain historical trends from a variety of data sources and are available down to the county level.
Aggregated Regional Profiles
Economic Profiles from Economic Profile System Census (EPSC)
Includes profiles for all county subdivisions in the 6 counties
EPSC (see below) contains more socioeconomic information and is available at smaller geographies (e.g. towns and county subdivisions) but only contains data from the U.S. Census.
County Subdivisions (CCD)
Profiles for Selected Towns (Census Designated Places)
2002 Census of Agriculture
USDA did not issue a report for Los Alamos County.