American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 NRCS, RD, and FSA Job Estimation Activities. David Buland USDA NRCS Economist. Topics. Brief History of ARRA Job Estimate work NRCS ARRA projects Relation to locally produced IMPLAN job numbers Terminology to be used: RD ARRA projects
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American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 NRCS, RD, and FSA Job Estimation Activities
USDA NRCS Economist
Construction and conservation activities impact local economies with changes in production, recreation, jobs, taxes, and spending.
These impacts don’t occur just once, but have a multiplier effect as firms and households spend and re-spend their earnings.
The I-O model calculates the overall economic impact of the initual shock to the economy.
Grants, TSPs, etc.
Employee Salaries, Office Supplies, Rent, Vehicles, etc)
NRCS FA and TA Funds
Structural Practices (Manure Storage, Dam Removal, etc)
Mgmt Practices (Nutrient Mgmt, Crop Rotation, etc)
Circulation of Dollars
in a Local Economy
NRCS FA Funds
Outside the area (other counties, states, etc.
Other Local Businesses
Impacts and Jobs Create/Retained by ARRA NRCS Projects