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ERIC Number: ED149923
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977-Sep
Pages: 76
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Reference Count: 0
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Planning Frontiers in Rural America: Papers and Proceedings of the Boone Conference, Volume II (Boone, North Carolina, March 16-18, 1975).
Gade, Ole, Ed.
Representing a broad segment of people interested in rural America, this document presents 16 speeches. Speeches on rural development implementation at Federal, state, and regional levels include: "The Rural Development Concept" (calls for a national rural development policy which provides for a multicommunity, regional framework strengthened by interpersonal and interorganizational community linkages); "Implementation at the Federal Level"; "Financial Resources for Rural Development" (how to finance rural development needs and rural needs re: income, housing, health, and water and waste systems); "State Planning and Management Assistance"; "Regional Planning Districts: The Functional Approach" (support for a rural development policy only if it is a component part of an urban or metropolitan region plan); "Management and Technical Assistance for Rural Areas" (local and regional development context); "Regional Planning and Technical Assistance"; "Local Government Technical Assistance"; and "Local Assistance Planning". Among the speeches on case studies presented are "Urban Pressures in the Swannanoa Valley"; "Mobile Home Settlement and Rural Development"; "Route Selection Criteria for Rural Bikeways"; "Land Management within the Blue Ridge Parkway Corridor"; "Rural Land Use Management: The North Carolina Experience"; "The Surface Mine Pollution Abatement-Land Use Impact Investigation: A Federally Sponsored Study into Alternative Land Uses"; and "A Multi-Disciplinary Computer Aided Approach to Environmental Impact Analysis". (JC)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: For related document, see ED 121 509