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US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />National Park Visitor<br />Spending and Payroll Impacts<br /...
MGM2 NPSMoney Generation Model <br />Daniel J. Stynes<br />Department of Community, Agriculture,<br />Recreation and Resou...
MGM2 model developedin 2000, updated 2008<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />NPS 274.9 mil...
of National Pa      <br />Distribution of National Park spending<br />$41 ave day trip local<br />$75 non-local day trip<b...
2008 visitors spent $11.56 Billionin parks and gateway communities<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK S...
NPS Payroll Impacts on Local Economies in 2008<br />NPS payroll $1.517 Billion & 24,954 jobs<br />Induces(multiplies to) $...
Impacts of NPS visitor spending and payroll on local economies by state<br />34,028,858 California Recreation visits to NP...
Spending and Economic Impacts of National Park Visitors on Local Economies 2008<br />
Yosemite andSequoia/Kings Canyon<br />
Lassen Volcanic<br />
Whiskeytown<br />
2 primary NPS economic driversVisitor Spending & NPS salaries<br />
History of DTO operations in the National Park System<br />North Cascades<br />Olympic<br />Redwood<br />Whiskeytown<br />...
Global Commodities Productions on Public Lands<br />2009 seizures = 29.4 Billion dollars<br />All seizures = 92.5 Billion ...
Whiskeytown NRA<br />2000-2010<br />First DTO site 2000<br />24,000   Plants 2004<br />  5,000   Plants 2005<br />71,254  ...
CURRENT COUNTER-DRUG (DTO)OPERATIONS<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />In-Park Investigat...
Assault on the Land<br />2100 California native plants found no where else<br />4 reptiles, 6 birds,15 fish, 18 mammals, 2...
WHY is law enforcement fighting this battle?<br />Armed foreign nationals on public land<br />Danger to park visitors<br /...
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Chief Ranger for Whiskeytown National Recreation Area on the Panel: "Weeding in the Wild: Protecting and Preserving National Lands" at the Great Valley Center's Sacramento Valley Forum on October 27, 2010 in Chico, CA.

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  1. 1. US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />National Park Visitor<br />Spending and Payroll Impacts<br />2008<br />Presented by Jim Richardson<br />Chief Ranger<br />Whiskeytown National Recreation Area<br />
  2. 2. MGM2 NPSMoney Generation Model <br />Daniel J. Stynes<br />Department of Community, Agriculture,<br />Recreation and Resource Studies<br />Michigan State University<br />East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1222<br />October 2009<br />Department of Community, Agriculture,<br />Recreation and Resource Studies<br />Michigan State University<br />
  3. 3. MGM2 model developedin 2000, updated 2008<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />NPS 274.9 million 2008 recreation visits <br />Park visitors spent $11.56 Billion in gateway communities<br />Supports 205,000 jobs.<br />(50,000 jobs in hotel and restaurants)<br />23,000 jobs in retail and amusements sectors.<br />NPS employed 24,954 people in 2008<br />
  4. 4. of National Pa <br />Distribution of National Park spending<br />$41 ave day trip local<br />$75 non-local day trip<br />$64 backcountry user<br />$340 stay in park lodges<br />$105 camp outside park<br />$96 camp inside park<br />
  5. 5. 2008 visitors spent $11.56 Billionin parks and gateway communities<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />9.8% are local residents<br />55% are staying outside parks in motels and lodges<br />21% are non-local visitors on day trips<br />
  6. 6. NPS Payroll Impacts on Local Economies in 2008<br />NPS payroll $1.517 Billion & 24,954 jobs<br />Induces(multiplies to) $344 million & 11,862 jobs<br />
  7. 7. Impacts of NPS visitor spending and payroll on local economies by state<br />34,028,858 California Recreation visits to NPS in 2008.<br />$1,012,479 non-local visitor spending<br />18,808 jobs from non-local visitor spending<br />27,971 total jobs<br />
  8. 8. Spending and Economic Impacts of National Park Visitors on Local Economies 2008<br />
  9. 9. Yosemite andSequoia/Kings Canyon<br />
  10. 10. Lassen Volcanic<br />
  11. 11. Whiskeytown<br />
  12. 12. 2 primary NPS economic driversVisitor Spending & NPS salaries<br />
  13. 13. History of DTO operations in the National Park System<br />North Cascades<br />Olympic<br />Redwood<br />Whiskeytown<br />Pt. Reyes<br />Yosemite<br />Golden Gate<br />Sequoia Kings<br />Blue Ridge<br />Big South Fork<br />Santa Monica Mtns<br />Smoky Mtns<br />
  14. 14. Global Commodities Productions on Public Lands<br />2009 seizures = 29.4 Billion dollars<br />All seizures = 92.5 Billion dollars<br />Source DCE/SP, DEA SFFO and NDIC<br />
  15. 15. Whiskeytown NRA<br />2000-2010<br />First DTO site 2000<br />24,000 Plants 2004<br /> 5,000 Plants 2005<br />71,254 Plants 2006<br />35,222 Plants 2007<br />1,366 Plants 2008<br />7,708 Plants 2009<br />29,768 Plants 2010<br />
  16. 16. CURRENT COUNTER-DRUG (DTO)OPERATIONS<br />US Department of the Interior<br />NATIONAL PARK SERVICE<br />In-Park Investigations: Surveillance / Interdiction<br />
  17. 17. Assault on the Land<br />2100 California native plants found no where else<br />4 reptiles, 6 birds,15 fish, 18 mammals, 25 amphibians and thousands of insects exist ONLY in California<br />
  18. 18. WHY is law enforcement fighting this battle?<br />Armed foreign nationals on public land<br />Danger to park visitors<br />Extensive Environmental Damage<br />Violation of drug laws of state and nation<br />Foreign cartels fueling drug addiction of U.S. citizens<br />
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