Report: Arizona's Rivers, Lakes And Streams Worth $13.5 Billion To Economy
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What are Arizona’s lakes, rivers and streams worth to the state’s economy? A new report released Tuesday tries to answer that question.
Audubon Arizona’s study finds 1.5 million Arizonans took part in outdoor recreation around a waterway last year, which contributed nearly $2 billion in tax revenues to the state.
Haley Paul, the policy manager for Audubon Arizona, joined The Show to talk more about the findings.