Is nature good business?

Is nature good business?

Economist to present ideas next week at Durango roundtable
Michelle Haefele, from The Wilderness Society’s Central Rockies regional office, will be in Durango on Wednesday to talk about how towns benefit economically from being close to wilderness.
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Michelle Haefele, an economist from The Wilderness Society’s Denver office, will speak at the Green Business Roundtable luncheon at noon Wednesday.
Haefele, who got bachelor’s and doctorate degrees from Colorado State University and a master’s from Duke University, will discuss how economists have found that nearby wilderness is good for the local economy.
The roundtable meets on the second Wednesday each month at the Henry Strater Theatre, 699 Main Ave., except in the summer.
For more information or to make a reservation, contact Marybeth Morin at 970-259-3583 or marybeth@sanjuan citizens.org. The cost is $15 and includes lunch.

Is nature good business?

Michelle Haefele, from The Wilderness Society’s Central Rockies regional office, will be in Durango on Wednesday to talk about how towns benefit economically from being close to wilderness.
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