- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: April 2013
This case study, from NADO's "Vibrant Rural Places" series, shows how small towns can leverage a wide range of tools and approaches to build on their assets, protect their resources, and make strategic investments that offer long-term benefits for residents and local businesses.
Keywords: community development; downtown redevelopment; case study; economic development; land conservation; main street; rural areas; small towns and tribes; rural issues; small towns; streetscape improvements; assets; rural
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