PRTR 1010 Final.docx - PRTR 1010 Final Juliet Schors Article o Non-vs not-for-profits o Non Paid employees Tax exempt Generates revenue o Not-for-profit

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PRTR 1010 Final - Juliet Schor’s Article o - Non-vs. not-for-profits o Non Paid employees Tax exempt Generates revenue o Not-for-profit All volunteer Funded by donations Zero balance at end of year - Clawson-Knetsch Classifications o Resource Areas Area that should remain natural and unchanged Remote areas Minimal use o Intermediate areas Moderately developed within a reasonable drive of the population they serve o User-oriented areas People oriented to accommodate more physically active forms of recreations - US Forest Service Classifications (ROS) o Level 1 Well-developed camper skills Bare minimum, no mechanical access o Level 2 Hunter camps, boat landings Primitive road access Minimum development o Level 3 Good roads Medium density campgrounds Flush toilets o Level 4 Not rustic
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Contemporary facilities Flush toilets Drinking water o Level 5 User convenience Regional parks RV parks
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