Georgia's ecotourism

Sunday, June 17, 2007

In the old world of economic development, we drew firm boundaries around community development, economic development, workforce development and tourism.

These boundaries -- largely defined by the federal government's funding streams -- make little sense any more.

Instead, smart communities and regions are crossing old boundaries and looking for "link and leverage" strategies, approaches to align resources toward common outcomes.

So, it makes sense to use heritage tourism to establish international connections that may pay off somewhere else.

Read how Georgia's ecotourism is linking the state internationally. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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