Festivals and events have both direct and indirect economic impacts on local economies. Extension impact studies help communities understand the cost and benefit of local tourism.
U of M Extension’s Brigid Tuck provides 11 years of economic research.
The University of Minnesota will lead a multi-state effort to help rural, tribal and underserved communities access federal funding for energy and environmental improvement efforts.
The intersection of agriculture and tourism offers an ever-growing range of options to those seeking to open their farms and property to visitors.
University of Minnesota Extension’s Neil Linscheid is digging deep into finding out how communities can create environments that help entrepreneurs flourish.
How can rural and urban communities work together? Learn about their similarities and building networks across boundaries.