Communities with major activities in both tourism and forest products are substantially better off in terms of employment and community effects than those with one or the other.
Research supported by the University of Minnesota's College of Natural Resources and the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station. Published as paper no. 974420124 of the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
Webster, Henry H.; Chappelle, Daniel E.; Andrews, Stephen C..
Tourism and forest products : twin resource sectors for effective community development in the Lake States..
University of Minnesota.
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