Environmental & Natural Resource

The State of Washington hosts a unique ecosystem that has been challenged by the increasing population. Washington State University School of Economic Sciences faculty conduct research on the economics related to the challenges of preserving the environment and the natural resources.

 

Water

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FS110E: Understanding Water Price, Value, and CostBrady, YoderFebruary 2013pdf

Agritourism

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Profile of the Agritourism Industry in Washington StateGalinato, Galinato, Chouinard, Wandschneider  2010pdf

Biofuels

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Economics of Canola Production in the Pacific Northwest: Painter, Kate and Dennis Roe, 2007.Web page
Working Paper 2007-17pdf

Straw-to-Energy

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Straw-to-EnergyWeb page
Electrical Generation & Transmission Cooperative Fueled by Straw: The Prospects for Eastern WashingtonWeb page
EB1922E: The Effect of the No-Burn Ban on the Economic Viability of producing Bluegrass Seed in Select Areas of Washington Statepdf

Contact Info

Mike Brady

Email Address:
bradym@wsu.edu

Office Location:
Hulbert 203E
Phone: (509) 335-0979

Washington State University