- Research, Evaluation, and Best Practices
Date Published: February 2014
This publication from the Tennessee Regions’ Roundtable, sponsored by the NADO Research Foundation, highlights innovative community and economic development projects being implemented throughout Tennessee. Stories presented from the state’s diverse regions and communities demonstrate collaborative leadership, strategic partnerships, and implementation-funding techniques that readers can put to use in their own communities.
Keywords: corridor revitalization; economic development; case study; entrepreneurship; funding; historic preservation; housing; implementation; infrastructure; PlanET; public engagement; regional planning; report; Columbia; rural areas; small towns and tribes; rural development; scenario planning; small towns; tourism
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