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Economic Impact of Resident Hunters and Anglers in North Dakota in 1986

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Title: Economic Impact of Resident Hunters and Anglers in North Dakota in 1986
Author: Leitch, Jay A.; Baltezore, J. F.
Description: In 1986, North Dakota brought in $310 million in revenues from licensed, resident anglers and hunters. The state was experiencing a 2.8% per year increase. It is rural North Dakota that supplies most recreation resources and, thus, most of this revenue came in due to this rural areas. These activities add to state revenue and the general welfare of the state and it's citizens without industrialization and other competing entities. In 1986, it was projected that 2 1/2 million acres of the state's cropland was projected to be placed in the Conservation Reserve Program. This might offer for expression into these lucrative ventures.
Date: 1988
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Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/6192

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