Mapping a New Terrain: Executive Summary
Executive Summary document for Mapping a New Terrain: A Call to Action. Get quick takeaways and recommendations for action on equitable outdoor recreation development.
As new rural outdoor recreation economies take root, we can meet this moment by improving how we do outdoor recreation development to better support rural families, businesses, and workers, create more sustainable and equitable economic systems, and improve local health and wellbeing.
Sep. 19th, 2023, 2PM
Learn how rural practitioners are advancing equitable prosperity and economic development in a way that embraces and strengthens the unique assets of rural regions.
Aug. 1st, 2023, 2PM
Join this hybrid event to explore how rural communities can be better prepared and be more resilient so that when disaster strikes, not just the entire community but the entire region can band together and ensure a swift recovery.
Jul. 18th, 2023, 1PM
Learn how rural practitioners are advancing regional action infrastructure and how your community can strengthen regional networks and work across communities.
Jun. 29th, 2023, 3PM
Join our upcoming webinar on on the Recompete Pilot program, which aims to invest $200M in geographically diverse economically distressed communities.
Jun. 9th, 2023, 1PM
How is your community using outdoor recreation to grow sustainable, healthy livelihoods for families and new economic futures for your region?
Apr. 12th, 2023, 1PM
Learn how to use federal funding opportunities to build bridges and develop new capacities and the importance of working regionally to maximize community assets.
Feb. 10th, 2023, 1PM
How is your community thinking and acting on the issue of next generation leadership?
Dec. 9th, 2022, 1PM
How can we work to ensure that each and every person is welcomed to the community, feels connected, and is able to exercise and influence power in community decision-making?
Oct. 7th, 2022, 1PM
How is your community thinking and acting on the issue of access to quality news coverage in rural communities and Native nations, as well as building trust and accurate rural narratives through national media?
Nov. 30th, 2021, 3PM
It is often said that rural and tribal communities and organizations need more capacity to fully engage or solve problems in their regions. But what, exactly, equals “capacity”?
Nov. 10th, 2021, 2PM
Developing cultural competence is important for everyone, but it is especially vital for providers and collaborations who work with immigrant...
Oct. 13th, 2021, 11AM
Building power and capacity within groups on the economic and social margins is a crucial component for strong, healthy and economically diverse rural communities.