Economic statements for use by Reserves FY13 final draft 1 31 12_040512
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ServiceTotal Average valueTotal $ amountStatementNotes:
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1. Visitor Trips2,000,000$10$20,000,000NERRS provide an estimated more than $20 million annually in direct benefit visitor use opportunities. Estimate based on parking and federal, state, and local park entry fees
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2. Student education83,275$35$2,914,625In 2011, NERRS contributes more than $7.5 million in education relief offsets to local and state budgets by its education programs, educated over 83,000 children and conducted more than 2,000 eventsAvg cost for public participant =21 and K-12 =48: avg=35
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Education Programs2,000$1,000$2,000,000NERRS contribute more than $2M in education program servicescompare this number to range of costs spent by each reserve range from federal $43k to $265k and avg multiplied by 28= $4.3M total
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3. Acres preserved1,300,000$5,000$6,500,000,000NERRS land protection work ensure that coastal property worth more than $6.5M is protected.Based on approximate cost of federal contribution to purchasing an acre added to a reserve.
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4. Trainings for Local and State Employees66,783$200$13,356,600NERRS offset more than $13.35 million in training for more than 66,000 local and state government employeesCost based on the American Planning Association, their workshops cost about $200/day.
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5. Research Projects$20,200,000.00In 2011, NERRS contributed more than $20 million in community based science and research. Marie Bundy provided funding amounts from NERRS FY11 federal funds that focused on research. Note this is not a total $$ amount for research at the all NERRs sites.
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6. Seafood Industries $0Healthy estuaries managed by NERRS are critical to the Nation's seafood industries. In 2009 NERRS states contribute $71M in economic output and support more than 560,000 jobs. http://www.st.nmfs.noaa.gov/st5/publication/fisheries_economics_2009.html
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7. Shellfish Industries$0Healthy estuaries managed by NERRS are critical to the shellfish industry. In states with at least one NERR, the shellfish industry contributed $2.1 billion to the economy in 2010. Source: NOEP - National Ocean Economic Program - http://www.oceaneconomics.org
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8. New land aquired$114,000,000Management of the NERRS resulted in leveraged investment of more than $114M in purchase of more than 59,000 acres of coastal property over the last ten years.
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9. Jobs created from PAC money (# per $1M spent)NERRS creates more than 49 jobs for each million of federal PAC money spent. Number determined from figures provided by 5 reserves
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10. Ocean dependent jobs and incomeHealthy estuaries managed by NERRS are critical to the Nation's ocean dependent industries. NERRS counties contribute over $26 billion in economic output and support more than 468,000 jobs in ocean-dependent industries.Source: NOAA
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11. Wages and Jobs CreatedIn 2010, NERRS coastal counties provide 4.4% of total wages earned in the US and 4.24% of the nation's jobs. Data from the Bureau of Labor Statitics: ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/cew/2010/county_high_level/
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12. Reserve VisitorsMore than two million people annually visit the NERRS, walk the trails, and paddle the waterways around the country.Source: NERRS/NOAA. Reserves can substitute their own visitor serving values.
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