Tourism and Nature-based Economic Development

REDI REPORT - October 2020

Economic impact of future federal conservation easement payments on (rural) Colorado communities. 2020. Andrew Seidl. June 2020. 7 pp. REDI Report.

Approach to Identify and Implement Biodiversity-Centered Finance Solutions for Sustainable Development. 2018. Chapter 5 in Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy: Principles, Challenges and Perspectives. Marco Arlaud, Tracey Cumming, Ian Dickey, Marlon Flores, Onno van den Heuvel, David Meyers, Massimiliano Riva, Andrew Seidl, and Annabelle Trinidad. Springer. ISBN: 978-3-319-73027-1. January 2018. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-73028-8_5. pp.77-98

Public benefits of private lands conservation: Summarizing alternative compensation mechanisms. 2018. Andrew Seidl, Ryan Swartzentruber, Rebecca Hill. September 2018. 2 pp.

Public benefits of private lands conservation: Exploring alternative compensation mechanisms. 2018. Andrew Seidl, Ryan Swartzentruber, Rebecca Hill. September 2018. 25 pp.

As the Snow Goes, So Goes a Nation of Skiers: Climate Change and Colorado Skier Visits. 2018. Colorado Water July/August 2018. V35: 4; pp 18-21.  Kevin Crofton, Andrew Seidl, and Stephan Weiler.

Estimated Economic Impact of Federal Agricultural Conservation Easement Programs (ACEP) on Colorado, 2009-2017: Summary. 2018. Andrew Seidl, Ryan Swartzentruber, Rebecca Hill. July 2018. 2 pp.

Estimated Economic Impact of Federal Agricultural Conservation Easement Programs (ACEP) on Colorado, 2009-2017. 2018. Andrew Seidl, Ryan Swartzentruber, Rebecca Hill. July 2018. 32 pp.

Colorado’s Return on Investments in Conservation Easements: Conservation Easement Tax Credit Program and Great Outdoors Colorado: Executive Summary. 2017. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Seidl, A., Anderson, D., Bennett, D., Greenwell, A., and Menefee, M.

Economic implications of differential taxation for agriculture in the Intermountain West: Issues and Alternatives. 2015. D. Villar, A.F Seidl, J. Sundberg, L. Allison, and H. Mahowald. ARPR 15-02. Agricultural and Resource Policy Report, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, 80523-1172. June 2015. 50 pp.

Economic implications of differential taxation for agriculture in the Intermountain West: Issues and Alternatives (Executive Summary). 2015. D. Villar, A.F Seidl, J. Sundberg, L. Allison, and H. Mahowald. ARPR 15-01. Agricultural and Resource Policy Report, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA, 80523-1172. June 2015. 6 pp.

Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Sector. 2015. Chapter 9 in Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study, edited by Eric Gordon and Dennis Ojima. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO and Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Jedd, T., A. Seidl, and O. Wilhelmi

Demography, Land Use, and Economics. 2015. Chapter 3 in Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study, edited by Eric Gordon and Dennis Ojima. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO and Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. Gordon, E., R. Klein, W. Travis, and A. Seidl (2015)