Economic and Community Development through the Mt. Adams Community Forest

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Summary of results from the Economic Impacts
of the Mt. Adams Community Forest: 2014-2017

Founded in 2004, Mt. Adams Resource Stewards (MARS)
promotes sustainable connections between the land, local
economies and rural communities in the Mt. Adams
Region.

From 2014-2017, MARS completed four timber harvests
and three prescribed burns on MACF properties. These
activities produced $610,000 in gross receipts and
contracts. In addition, MARS leveraged its forest
management expertise and management to secure
stewardship contracts on the adjacent 7,000-acre

Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge. These contracts

resulted in a further six timber harvests and $1.1 million in gross
receipts and contracts.

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Mt. Adams Economic Study Summary (PDF)

Courtesy of: Economic and Ownership Analysis of NW Community Forests
at request of Washington Department of Natural Resources
September 2018