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Montana Tourism and Business Development Grant Program
The Tourism Grant program awards funds to projects that strengthen Montana's economy through the development and enhancement of the state's tourism and recreation industry. Funds will be awarded to tourism and recreation projects that fall within the following general categories: arts / culture / heritage preservatio; visitor facility upgrades and construction niche product development.
|Resource Type:||funding resource|
|Subtopic:||economic development, community & capacity development, funding & financing, recreation, tourism, arts & culture, Issues & Opportunities, Recreation & Health, Community Building, Business & Economy,|
|Tags:||tourism, outdoor recreation, grants, funding, arts and culture, historic preservation, heritage tourism, economic development|
The National Association of Counties
This site includes multiple resources including help finding grants, podcasts, webinars, reports and publications, educational resources, and county data.
|Resource Type:||data source, information source, resource guide, organization, educational resource|
|Subtopic:||local government, arts & culture, community & capacity development, economic development, funding & financing, health & health care, planning, Local Government & Services, Issues & Opportunities, Community Building, Business & Economy, Recreation & Health, Land Use Planning & Housing,|
|Tags:||local government, housing, education, infrastructure, agriculture, art, arts and culture, transportation, community development, economic development, data & analysis, financing, health care, planning|
Urban Institute: Culture and Commerce: Traditional Arts in Economic Development
This report shows how artists and agencies have partnered with one another to further the economic development of the areas in which they live and work. It points out where their assets complement one another, as well as where their liabilities pose special challenges.
|Resource Type:||information source|
|Subtopic:||economy, economic development, assessment & evaluation, libraries & museums, arts & culture, Business & Economy, Data Collection & Analysis, Local Government & Services, Issues & Opportunities,|
|Tags:||art, arts and culture, economic development|