Opportunities and Strengths

Economic Advantages

Liberty’s population is comparable to Idaho, making the tax base more than sufficient for a minimal, yet effective government. In addition, the marketplace productivity across diverse industries combined with an abundance of different natural resources makes Liberty exceptionally qualified to compete with the economies of other states.

1,593,830

Liberty (“E. WA”) population (2016 census)

$6,656,719,385

Amount Liberty (“E. WA”) accumulated in 2016 between Gross Operating Costs, Transportation Taxes, & Federal Aid

1,695,178

Idaho population (2016 census)

$7,294,608,000

Amount Liberty Idaho accumulated in 2016 between Gross Operating Costs, Transportation Taxes, & Federal Aid

Agricultural Rankings

In comparison to the rest of the United States

1st Place

  • Apples
  • Concord Grapes
  • Pears
  • Sweet Cherries
  • Hops

2nd Place

  • Potatoes
  • Wine
  • Onions
  • Edible Peas
  • Apricots
  • Lentils

3rd Place

  • Hay

4th Place

  • Wheat

Other Resources Found Around Liberty

  • Mines – 27th in Non-Fuel Mineral Production (This would increase).
  • Forests – 9th in Total forest land.
  • Hydropower – 9th in Total energy production and supplies electricity to 11 states.
  • Cattle – 29th in Total Cows.
  • Data Storage
  • Tourism
  • Manufacturing