Asset Based Economic Development in Rural Communities: Existing Infrastructure, Historic and Cultural Resources
This paper focuses on building economy in rural communities by utilizing existing infrastructure for further development. It also highlights the use of a community’s historical and cultural value, coupled with main street use and tourism, to boost economic investment. Read the full article for more planning ideas and case study results.
Infrastructure Historic and Cultural Resources
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