Rocky Mountain Institute report: A low-cost energy future for western cooperatives
Audio: Western Leaders Network webinar, LWCF's Impact on Western Communities
American Legislative Exchange Council
American Wind Energy Association
Center for the New Energy Economy
Land and Water Conservation Coalition
League of Conservation Voters
National Conference of State Legislatures
State Innovative Exchange
Western Governors’ Association
Headwaters Economics report: The economic importance of national monuments to communities
Study: 99 percent of public comments oppose weakened protections for Utah national monuments
Colorado College Conservation in the West Poll 2018 – Poll of residents of eight interior West states on conservation, energy, and public lands topics.
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership poll – National survey of hunters and anglers finds 97 percent agree protecting public lands is important
Headwaters Economics report: Identifying communities at risk to wildfire
Headwaters Economics report: Land-use planning to reduce wildfire risk
State of Oregon's Forestland-Urban Interface Fire Protection Act of 1997
Headwaters Economics report: County Payments-in-Lieu-of-Taxes
State of Change – New Mexico news organizations investigate how rural communities adapt to economic shifts
What is PILT?
Secure Rural Schools program
Colorado Water Plan: 2017 implementation update
Solutions to Colorado River shortages – Western Resource Advocates report
Land Use Planning for Water Efficiency – Western Resource Advocates report
Colorado River Research Group – basin-wide perspective on water resources management, river science, water law and public policy
Alternative Energy Resources Organization report: Developing agritourism
What is the Farm Bill?
National Young Farmers Coalition
Headwaters Economics report: Federal lands in the West, liability or asset?
Center for Western Priorities report: Public land seizures would cost Western states billions of dollars for wildfire mitigation
Center for Western Priorities report: States would shoulder costs of mine clean-up if they take over federal lands