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An Economic Evaluation of the Pennsylvania State Forest System

This study analyzes the economic benefits of the Pennsylvania state forest system, including timber sales and money generated by outdoor recreation activities. The research also explored current state forest governance practices, including the payment-in-lieu of taxes (PILT) system that was established to provide monetary payments to local government jurisdictions (county, municipal, and school district) that have non-taxable state forestland within their jurisdictions.
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