Report to the Washington State Legislature
The Rural Technology Initiative, University of Washington
The Transportation Research Group,
Washington State University
(C. Larry Mason, Kenneth L. Casavant, Bruce R. Lippke,
Diem K. Nguyen, and Eric Jessup)
Working Paper: Economic
Impacts of the Forests and Fish Rules on Small, NIPF Landowners
(Ten Western Washington
Case Studies). Revise in July 2003 by Kevin Zobrist.
The purpose of this study is to examine the economic impacts
of Washington's FFR on small forest landowners through a series
of case studies. The preliminary results of three Western
Washington case studies have been presented in Zobrist and
Lippke (2003). This paper presents the final results of these
three case studies and seven additional Western Washington
case studies. A companion study for Eastern Washington is
also available (Oneil
||The University of Washington recognized RTI as
a leader of technology application in its recent publication
University and the Future of Our State"
Annual Report 2002
The article, Digital Forest, ties the work of RTI with the
small forest landowner using a specific example from Eastern
Washington. Check it out.
Bruce Lippke and Dick Conway & Associates
Reviewed, Revised and Published August 1994
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