CULTURAL HERITAGE TOURISM IN THE NEWS.... CURRENT NEWS
December 1 - 31, 2009
Community Agriculture Alliance: Cultural heritage tourism, preservation recognized
Residents of Routt County, Colorado value their open spaces and agricultural heritage.
A Guide to Historic Preservation and Cultural Tourism Funding Opportunities and Incentives: How to Navigate the Process
A Guide dated October 2009; Compliments of U.S. Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand of New York
Key West House Tours to Celebrate 50 Years of Preservation
Key West was one of the first
eight recipients of the Preserve America Community designations in 2004 and the community continues to encourage people to experience heritage tourism through education and programs.
Join in on the Conversation with
Northern Colorado Cultural Tourism Alliance on Facebook
Ferlita Factory escapes wrecking ball – for now
Creative Loafing Tampa (blog)
In the state of Florida, it is reported that 80% of Floridians bring their vising guests to a historic sites and landmarks to help heritage tourism pump close to 4 billon dollars into the economy.
History's cluttered closet close to bursting
So Md News
Local archeologists in southern Maryland report that they are running out of room to preserve and store the millions of artifacts that have been unearthed over the last several decades.
Group promoting a trail of tourism
Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel
Steven Gonzales, executive director of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historical Trail Association, stopped in Nacogdoches as part of a tour of all stops on the trail to announce plan to promote the trail and get local communities on the route excited about their role in the trail's unique history.
House passes bill allowing battlefield park expansion
istockAnalyst.com (press release)
The House of Representatives has passed a bill sponsored by U.S. Rep. Randy Forbes (R-4th) that would allow the Petersburg National Battlefield to nearly quadruple in size
Return to Home Page