Newsletter Archive: Growing Stronger Economies in Our Nation’s Coal Communities

Posted on: November 1st, 2017 by Brett Schwartz

Welcome to the archive page of “Growing Stronger Economies in Our Nation’s Coal Communities.” This curated bi-weekly newsletter is a joint resource from the National Association of Counties (NACo) (http://www NULL.naco NULL.org) and the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) Research Foundation (http://www NULL.nado NULL.org/).  NACo and NADO are collaborating on a POWER technical assistance grant generously provided by the US Economic Development Administration’s Denver Regional Office (http://www NULL.eda NULL.gov).

This publication expands on NACo and NADO’s previous newsletter, “Building Stronger Economies in Appalachian Coal Country,” to provide a national perspective on diversification efforts in coal communities across the country, resources and funding opportunities, and upcoming events and trainings to support your work in a variety of areas to improve economic development, infrastructure, and quality of life in your region.  It will be delivered every other Wednesday.

If you would like to join the mailing list, send an e-mail to Brett Schwartz at [email protected] (bschwartz null@null nado NULL.org).  We welcome your feedback on content and ideas and encourage you to share this newsletter with your colleagues and partners.  Thanks for reading!

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This newsletter is made possible with the support of an US Economic Development Administration – Denver Regional Office (http://www NULL.eda NULL.gov) POWER grant to the National Association of Counties (http://www NULL.naco NULL.org) and the National Association of Development Organizations Research Foundation (http://www NULL.nado NULL.org/).  The views and opinions expressed by other organizations or outside publications referenced in this newsletter do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of NACo, NADO, or EDA.

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