James I. Price is an Assistant Professor at the School of Freshwater Sciences, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. Dr. Price formerly held postdoctoral fellowships at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Brock University, and the University of British Columbia – Okanagan, and holds advanced degrees in Economics from the University of New Mexico, with concentrations in economic theory, environmental economics, and econometrics. His research focuses on nonmarket valuation and municipal water supply, including issues related to source water protection, in situ water quality, drinking water quality, small-scale irrigation, and urban flooding.

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Key Concepts Nonmarket values for water resources are used for guiding governmental policy, but existing techniques are not regularly applicable or used in collaboration with indigenous peoples. The Anishinaabe people constitute 163 sovereign nations, primarily located in the Great Lakes’ watershed, for whom water is a sacred, holistically …

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