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Economy of Recreation
Image of a tent.By the year 2000, forest-based recreation is expected to pump 100 billion dollars into the U.S. economy, compared with 3.5 billion dollars from timber sales. "In the Line of Fire: Our National Forests" by John G. Mitchell, National Geographic, March 1997. Graphic: Courtesy of www.arttoday.com.

 

Note that Mr. Mitchell is talking about the United States as a whole and not just the Pacific Northwest.

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