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Economic Contributions of ATV-Related Activity in Maine
  • Jonathan Rubin, University of Maine - Main
  • Charles Morrris, University of Maine
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Riding ATVs has become a highly visible recreational activity in Maine. During the 2003/2004 season from July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004 there were 59,057 ATVs registered in Maine to 45,561 separate households in Maine and from outside of Maine. During 2004, the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine in conjunction with the Maine Department of Conservation conducted a study to determine the total contribution to Maine’s economy that results from the spending related directly to the purchase and use of ATVs in Maine. We also examined the environmental and economic damages caused by ATVs.

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Jonathan Rubin and Charles Morrris. "Economic Contributions of ATV-Related Activity in Maine" (2005)
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