Aspen Institute Releases Rural Development Research

Posted on: November 20th, 2019 by Carrie Kissel

The Aspen Institute Community Strategies Group (https://www NULL.aspeninstitute NULL.org/programs/community-strategies-group/) has released the new research report Rural Development Hubs: Strengthening America’s Rural Innovation Infrastructure (https://www NULL.aspeninstitute NULL.org/blog-posts/rural-development-hubs-report/).  The report is drawn from interviews with 43 rural development practitioners to address what works to address community and economic development in rural America.  The report focuses on the roles of intermediaries, called Rural Development Hubs in the report, that operate on a regional level to improve assets, increase local ownership and control of assets, and address equity and inclusion.  NADO member Region Five Development Commission was one of the organizations featured in the report.  Learn more at www.aspeninstitute.org/blog-posts/rural-development-hubs-report (http://www NULL.aspeninstitute NULL.org/blog-posts/rural-development-hubs-report).

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