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Corrine Armistead

The Costs of Sprawl

The Costs of Sprawl

In 2017, Earth Economics consulted with the Puyallup Watershed Initiative to prepare an exploratory report to better understand the potential tradeoffs that can occur when developing properties in incorporated and unincorporated Pierce County.

The Whales in Our Waters

The Whales in Our Waters

To better understand the economic incentives to invest in Southern Resident Killer Whale (SRKW) recovery, Earth Economics conducted an economic contribution analysis to estimate the value of whale watching in San Juan County.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Funding Study

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Future Funding Study

Colorado has long been a leader in innovative funding for recreation. The commission is interested in a larger conversation around long-term funding, with the understanding of changing demographics and increased pressure on Colorado’s recreation lands.

The Gem of the Emerald Corridor

The Gem of the Emerald Corridor

Nature’s Value in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest