INLAND EMPIRE ECONOMIC BASE STUDY. VOLUME I. NATURAL RESOURCE BASE ANALYSIS
The study contains an analysis and inventory of the key natural resources within the Inland Empire. The location and possible market distribution of the principal natural resources--agriculture, forestry and mining are discussed in this volume. The region's most important natural resource presently and probably for years to come is agriculture. Centered in the Inland Empire's Washington and north central Idaho counties, the area is known for its dry-land wheat, its potatoes and sugar beets and its vegetables. Recreation must be considered as having nearly the greatest potential for future growth of all the region's resources. As a whole the area has potential to use knowledge and technology to draw from the earth its abundant and available natural resources.
- Prepared in cooperation with Economics Research Associates, Los Angeles. Also available in set of 6 reports PC E14, PB-263 821-SET.
Spokane Area Development CouncilSpokane, WA USA
Economics Research Associates1100 Glendon Street
Los Angeles, CA USA 90024
Economic Development Administration14th Street, Between E St and Constitution Avenue, NW
Washington, DC USA
- Publication Date: 1976-7
- Pagination: 170 p.
- TRT Terms: Agricultural products; Agriculture; Commodities; Counties; Economic conditions; Economic development; Farm produce; Forecasting; Forest products; Forestry; Freight traffic; Freight transportation; Grain; Industries; Marketing; Minerals; Mining; Natural resources; Recreational facilities; Regional planning; Traffic forecasting; Transportation
- Uncontrolled Terms: Grain trade
- Geographic Terms: Idaho; Montana; Washington (State)
- Old TRIS Terms: Agricultural traffic; Economic surveys; Mineral traffic
- Subject Areas: Economics; Terminals and Facilities; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00154117
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: EDA-77-046
- Contract Numbers: EDA-07-6-01523
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: May 31 1977 12:00AM