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Inventory of income producing recreation opportunities Public Deposited

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Published June 1970. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog:  http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog

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  • Many park and recreation facilities have been developed by private and public sectors for public enjoyment. This publication is to help landowners decide if the recreation business may be for them. Recreation is a fast growing industry. Demand is increasing for outdoor recreational activities in which the family and individuals can participate. Oregon has a variety of recreational attractions--the sea coast, lakes and reservoirs, rivers and streams, mountains, fish and wildlife, climate, urban, rural and suburban living in a community atmosphere. It can offer many recreational opportunities to those who wish to participate. Many people are already making part of their income by operating or working in recreational enterprise. They find enjoyment in meeting new people, making new friends, and helping people to enjoy themselves. The U.S. Department of Agriculture throughits Cooperative Extension Service is_ searching for ways to raise the level of income for the land­owner and to expand their opportunities for employment. One segment of the program is to explore the income-producing possibilities for outdoor recreation enterprise. This publication is meant to be an "Idea generator" and will help you to decide which enterprises you wish to explore further. If after reading this information you need addi­tional assistance, contact your County Extension Agent. Assistance is also available from the Soil Conservation Service, Farmer's Home Administration, Forest Service, Agricultural Stabilization and Conser­vation Service, State Highway Department, State Parks Division and the State Game Commission.
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