Professor John Loomis and CSU researcher Michelle Haefele presented the results of a survey that led to the first-ever comprehensive estimate of the total economic value of the National Park Service and its programs. They also discussed what the $92 billion dollar valuation means for the National Park Service.
DARE researchers analyze economic tradeoffs associated with groundwater management in Colorado’s Republican River Basin.
Becca Jablonski and a team of USDA researchers won the USDA Abraham Lincoln Award for work on local food systems.
The total economic value of the national parks and programs is estimated to be $92 billion.
The goal of the toolkit is to help communities reliably evaluate the economic impact of investing in local and regional food systems.