Camp Resources (aka: boot camp for budding environmental economists"

I'm in beautiful Asheville, NC listening and watching to a bunch of interesting papers, mostly given by graduate students. Here's the program.

When located in places like Asheville I wish they could figure out a way to do these things outside.

It was tough getting in to the boot camp this year: only 20% of proposed papers were accepted.

Hopefully I'll write a little more about what I've learned a little later.


  1. Wow, Camp Resources has moved to Asheville and gone national. I haven't attended since the 90s days when it was in Wilmington and mostly the Research Triangle crowd.


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