Newsletter: September 2019

Our latest newsletter contains research on transit equity analysis for Denver, CO, funding needs for Montana's outdoors, a custom socioeconomic tool for the US Fish & Wildlife Service, and more. Subscribe to our newsletter.

Denver plans for equitable public transit using interactive tool

Developed by Headwaters Economics, an equity analysis tool is being used by the Denver metro transit agency to provide information about where bus rapid transit corridors are likely to enhance mobility and equity for a wide range of people.

Montana’s outdoor funding is insufficient

Despite its strong outdoor heritage, Montana is one of just 14 states without statewide funding programs for conservation or recreation.

Tool helps USFWS engage communities

A new online tool helps the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service improve community engagement by understanding socioeconomic conditions in nearby areas.

Fiscal policy solutions for coal dependency

How do communities replace tax and royalty revenue that’s lost when coal mines and power plants retire? Smart fiscal policies can help reduce the sting.

Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire

CPAW applications accepted until Oct. 18

Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) works with communities to reduce wildfire risk through improved land use planning. Selected communities receive free consulting and training.

West Wide Atlas Map and Charts

Data Updates

We recently updated data in three of our most popular tools: