Using Data and Engagement to Capitalize on Multi-Use Trails: Examples from New Hampshire
Trails impact communities in many ways and can serve as an essential asset to drive spending in and diversify economic development. While many communities already have trails or other natural resources to draw visitors, an assessment process can help decisionmakers understand the variety of assets that might work together to contribute to a more vibrant nature-based economy. These include four main elements: natural resources, economic assets, the built environment, and social or leadership resources.
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Rogers, Shannon and Tutein, Emma, "Using Data and Engagement to Capitalize on Multi-Use Trails: Examples from New Hampshire" (2021). UNH Cooperative Extension. 1112.