Landscapes of Opportunity

The Economic Influence of National Parks in Southeast Utah

May 2009


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The breathtaking scenery and cultural history of southeast Utah's national parks and monuments lure more than one million visitors annually and offer innumerable intrinsic benefits for residents, including slow but steady growth in the local economies of San Juan and Grand counties.

NPCA's new report, Landscapes of Opportunity, profiles local community and business leaders and examines economic data to illustrate the complex, symbiotic relationship between these national parklands and their neighbors, and the advantages for each in continuing the region's deliberate approach to planning and compatible development.

 

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