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The Internet of Things Webinar

With the proliferation of smartphones and easy access to the internet, the internet of things (IoT) is becoming very popular and could impact the economy by over $8.9 trillion in the next 10 years. The question is What does this mean for outdoor industry retailers and manufacturers? During this interactive webcast, Tom Bell and Andrew Grant…

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Minnesota State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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North Carolina State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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Texas State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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Washington State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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Colorado State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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Arkansas State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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Vermont State Funding Programs for Outdoor Recreation

This report, produced for Outdoor Industry Association by Headwaters Economics, focuses on state funding mechanisms that support outdoor recreation, including strategies employed across the country, best practices for funding outdoor recreation at the state level, and detailed case studies of seven states: Arkansas, Colorado, Minnesota, North Carolina, Texas, Vermont, and Washington.

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State Funding Mechanisms for Outdoor Recreation

Outdoor recreation is a powerful economic engine, generating more than $887 billion in consumer spending in the United States. It also benefits public health, quality of life, property values, and the local tax base, generating $59.2 billion in local and state tax revenue. Many states have authorized mechanisms for funding outdoor recreation, and even in an era…

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Outdoor Recreation Participation Report 2017

Tracking American participation trends in outdoor recreation Nearly half of all Americans over the age of six, or 48.8% of the US population, participated in outdoor recreation at least once in 2016. That equates to a total of 144.4 million people – two million more people than participated in 2015. The “leaky bucket” analysis shows…

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