Rural Changes in the Methow: Alternatives to a Recreation Economy
February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
After a compelling and widely attended partnership between the Methow Conservancy and TwispWorks in Fall 2021, we will be continuing our conversation on Rural Changes in the Methow Valley. This course will air once a quarter in 2022. Each session will be a deep dive that aims to broaden our individual knowledge, foster community conversations, and identify areas for collective action.
On Monday, February 28, the first class will explore alternatives to a recreation economy. Led by Julie Tate-Libby and Daniel Senner, the class will explore alternatives such as agricultural tourism, value added products, and sustainable resource-based industries with examples from other communities.
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