- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: January 2015
This video series includes interviews with representatives from a handful of the HUD SCI grantee projects who are also NADO members to find out more about the impact these grants have had on their regions.
Keywords: case study; data; video; Economic Resilience; funding; GROWashington-Aroostook; housing; implementation; infrastructure; interview; NADO; natural resources; Northern Maine Development Commission; biofuels; performance measures; public engagement; rural areas; small towns and tribes; Ryan Pelletier; scenario planning; transit-oriented development; water
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