Enter search terms in the box below, or use additional search filters to the right (or below, on small screens). If you have questions or comments about this list, please email us at email@example.com.
Displaying 1 - 2 of 2
Anti-racism in the Outdoors
Resources related to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion of Black, Indigenous and People of Color in parks and greenspaces.
A resource guide for faculty, staff, students, extension educators, outdoor advocates, volunteers and community leaders as allies of black, indigenous, and people of color in the outdoors.
|Geography:||Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, United States|
|Resource Type:||Website, information source; nonprofit; data source; organization; technical assistance|
|Subtopic:||recreation, children & families, youth (including at-risk and special needs), active transportation & recreation, collaboration & community engagement,|
|Tags:||anti-racism, Inclusive communities, BIPOC, outdoor recreation, Indigenous, marginalized, recreation, destination development, heritage tourism, rural tourism, tourism|
Gateway & Natural Amenity Region Initiative
Small cities and towns outside of significant natural amenities such as national parks, public lands, ski areas, and scenic rivers throughout the western United States are becoming increasingly popular places to visit and live. As a result, many of these gateway and natural amenity region (GNAR) communities—such as Jackson, WY, and Moab, UT—are grappling with a variety of “big city” issues, including severe congestion, lack of affordable workforce housing, and concerns about sprawl. Other GNAR communities are just beginning to, or may soon, experience significant growth and tourism pressures. Effective and proactive planning is critical for helping GNAR communities preserve and enhance the qualities that make them such desirable places to live and visit.
|Geography:||Idaho, Wyoming, Montana|
|Resource Type:||educational resource|
|Subtopic:||tourism, public lands, development & smart growth,|
|Tags:||destination development, tourism|