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  • 71,435 jobs created in MS87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 71,435 jobs created in MS87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 71,435 jobs created in MS87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 71,435 jobs created in MS87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • 748 jobs created in MS by outfitters87.5 million participants$122 billion in expenditures
  • Introduce sections of the presentation with Tullos, Rohnke, Kathy, and WadeClientele - Legislative briefings (7) starting in 2006
  • Introduce sections of the presentation with Tullos, Rohnke, Kathy, and WadeClientele - Legislative briefings (7) starting in 2006
  • Attendees from 10 states; events held in AL, AR, IN, LA, MI, MN, SC, TNRiver Cane Symposium with MBCI and enterprise development on tribal landsJoyce Bear (Historic Preservation Officer - HPO)Muscogee (Creek) Nation - OklahomaMBCI - MSChippewa Indians - MN
  • $17.16/acre in expected revenues collected from enterprises
  • $1.0 billion spent in total
  • $17.16/acre in expected revenues collected from enterprises
  • Fraction of the overall activities involved30-40% of contacts, site visits are wildlife and fisheries related in addition to Enterprises
  • NRE Program Website statistics: 23,940 visitors from 139 countries and 21,776 visits via 50 US states and territories. Additionally, the NRE Workshop Website, which advertises and facilitates online registration for events, received 1,909 visits from 50 US states in 2010. In summary, total clientele served equaled 47,625
  • Fraction of the overall activities involved30-40% of contacts, site visits are wildlife and fisheries related in addition to Enterprises
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    • 1. AmericanNatural Resource WetlandsEnterprises: Diversifying MonthIncome and Conservation Webinaron Private Lands www.epa.gov/owow/awa May 16, 2011
    • 2. May is American Wetlands Month: Learn! Explore! Take Action!-Outreach and Education on the benefits of healthywetlands is important during American Wetland Monthand all year long-Both Regulatory and Non-regulatory partnerships arecrucial for the protection of wetlands- Private landowners and local decision makers needcommunity-based and tools and incentives to enhancewetland protection 2
    • 3. Justin Schneider JSchneider@infarmbureau.org Brian MacGowan macgowan@purdue.edu Adam T. Rohnke arohnke@ext.msstate.edu W. Daryl Jones djones@cfr.msstate.eduwww.naturalresources.msstate.edu 3
    • 4. W. Daryl Jones, Ph.D.Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, & Aquaculture Mississippi State University 662/325-5769 djones@cfr.msstate.eduwww.naturalresources.msstate.edu 4
    • 5. Outdoor Recreation in USA Participants - 87.5 million Expenditures – $122 billion (US) spent Hunting - $23 billion Fishing - $42 billion Wildlife watching - $46 billion 5
    • 6. Outdoor Recreation in Mississippi Hunting $1,203,742,401 – economic impact 38,274 jobs created
    • 7. Outdoor Recreation in MississippiFishing $690,161,178 – economic impact 12,176 jobs created 7
    • 8. Outdoor Recreation in Mississippi Wildlife watching $791,337,311 – economic impact 20,985 jobs created 8
    • 9. Outdoor Recreation in MississippiTotal economicimpact$2,685,240,89071,435 jobscreated 9
    • 10. Outdoor Enterprises in MississippiHunting $23,364,968 – economic impact 360 jobs created 10
    • 11. Outdoor Enterprises in Mississippi Gun range operations $7,887,355 – economic impact 139 jobs created Paintball sports $6,143,931 • 71 jobs created 11
    • 12. Outdoor Enterprises in MississippiAngling $1,195,135 – freshwater • 18 jobs created $4,022,752 – charter boat • 60 jobs created 12
    • 13. Outdoor Enterprises in MississippiAgritourism $3,425,834 – economic impact 42 jobs created 13
    • 14. Outdoor Enterprises in MississippiWildlife watching $1,046,280 • 12 jobs created 14
    • 15. Outdoor Enterprises in MississippiHorse trail riding $3,583,135 • 46 jobs created 15
    • 16. Outdoor Enterprises in Mississippi$50,669,390 –total economicimpact748 full- andpart-time jobscreated 16
    • 17. Rural Land Values with Recreation$654 per acreincrease52% increase inland valuesLand covers Hardwood forests Agricultural lands 17
    • 18. NRE Program at MSUInformationdeliveryWell informedclienteleIncomediversification 18
    • 19. NRE ProgramPartner networkOutreach programming Landowner workshops Demonstrations Websites Marketing 19
    • 20. Landowner Workshop SeriesHosted on landownerpropertyInvolve communityleadersPresentations fromprofessionals andlandownersHow to information 20
    • 21. Landowner WorkshopsConducted 45events Extramurally funded Over 3,000 participantsEvents in 8states and Sweden 21
    • 22. Workshop ResultsRating – 3.8 on 4point scaleParticipants (98%)met managementgoalsParticipants (75%)will change landuse practices 22
    • 23. Workshop ResultsAverage individualownership = 1,141acres Forested – 63% Agriculture – 20% Fallow – 8% Wetlands – 9% 23
    • 24. Workshop ResultsExpected annual earnings $25,208 per landowner $26.53 per acre $13 million – aggregate cash flowImproved 1.2 millionacres in conservation Over 100,000 wetland acres 24
    • 25. Adam T. RohnkeDepartment of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture Mississippi State University 601/857-2284 arohnke@ext.msstate.edu www.naturalresources.msstate.edu 25
    • 26. National Program FocusInitial states inc. Indiana • 4 workshops • Several presentations to commodity groups South Carolina • 3 workshops Minnesota Conducted workshops • 1 workshop Program Interest 26
    • 27. Outdoor Recreation in Indiana Hunting 272,000 hunters $223 million spent Fishing 768,000 anglers $627 million spent Wildlife Watching 2,000,000 participants $933 million 27
    • 28. Indiana – Preliminary Planning Multiple conference calls NRE staff visits Presented to local partners and host landowners Assisted in program design Produced marketing materials 28
    • 29. Indiana Workshops – 2009-2010 Wilkins Farm, Inc. Montgomery County Woodling’s Farm Monroe County Dagaz Acres Ohio County Dull’s Tree Farm Boone County 29
    • 30. Indiana Video 30
    • 31. Brian MacGowan Department of Forestry and Natural Resources Purdue University 765/647-3538 macgowan@purdue.eduhttp://web.ics.purdue.edu/~macgowan/ 31
    • 32. Indiana PartnersLocal partners included: Purdue Univ. IN Farm Bureau Nature Conservancy of IN Local soil and water conservation districts Indiana Agricultural Law Foundation, Inc. 32
    • 33. Indiana – Wilkins Farm Inc.Topics Real-life examples Liability Morning Afternoon Field issues Presentations Tours Outdoor recreation Sustainable forestry 33
    • 34. Indiana – Woodling’s FarmTopics Real-life example Liability Morning Afternoon Field issues Presentations Tours Alt. energy production Sustainable forestry 34
    • 35. Indiana – Dagaz Acres, Inc.Topics Real-life example Liability Morning Afternoon Field issues Presentations Tours Outdoor recreation Watershed protection 35
    • 36. Indiana – Dull’s Tree FarmTopics Real-life example Liability Morning Afternoon Field issues Presentations Tours Christmas Trees Outdoor recreation 36
    • 37. Indiana Results 3.8 on 4.0 scale 95% of participants met wildlife management goals 94% of participants met revenue goals 67% of participants will change land use practices 37
    • 38. Indiana ResultsExpected annual earnings $16,319 per landowner $36.57 per acre $1 million – cash flow 38
    • 39. Indiana Results Average individual ownership = 255 acres Forested – 40% Agriculture – 42% Fallow – 14% Wetlands – 4% 10,764 acres enrolled 39
    • 40. Indiana - Future2 additional workshopsAug./Sept. 2011Business planning,liability, zoning, etc. 40
    • 41. 41
    • 42. Justin Schneider Indiana Farm Bureau 317/692-7835JSchneider@infarmbureau.orghttp://www.infarmbureau.org/ 42
    • 43. 43
    • 44. W. Daryl Jones, Ph.D.Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, & Aquaculture Mississippi State University 662/325-5769 djones@cfr.msstate.eduwww.naturalresources.msstate.edu 44
    • 45. NRE Program Future Plans 45
    • 46. Program Future Plans Expand workshop series Advanced workshops Outreach programming Demonstrations Web-based training Funding recruitment 46
    • 47. Marketing and Program Visibility Publications Newsletter Press kit folders Brochures Website 47
    • 48. Program Website Usability Branding Future content Podcasts Videos Flash examples E-MS Outdoors website 48
    • 49. Marketing: Website Stats 2010 45,716 visitors 139 Countries 50 States Over 40,000 page views 49
    • 50. National BenefitsConservation of sensitivelandsSustainable economicdevelopmentLandowner income andstewardshipOutdoor recreation 50
    • 51. Conclusions Outreach provides needed skills Owners enhance income Stakeholder collaboration Sustainable development & resource conservation in rural communities 51
    • 52. RememberMay is American Wetlands Month: Learn! Explore! Take Action! www.epa.gov/owow/awa Audience Questions? 52

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