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  • Community Development and Tourism - Main Page
    and environmental fabrics of communities These benefits and costs provide ample opportunity for creative public policy debate The University of Wisconsin Extension UWEX has a long and rich history of developing and supporting partnerships throughout the state and the region Significant tourism educational programs began more than 40 years ago with the work of Professor Isadore Fine and the UW Madison School of Commerce Fifteen years later this initial programming effort was formalized through the formation of the Recreational Resources Center later named the Tourism Research Resource Center This center provided educational programming to assist in community based tourism planning and applied research The center was eliminated in 1996 after its budget was reallocated to the Wisconsin Department of Tourism Since 1996 many county based Community Natural Resource and Economic Development CNRED educators have continued to develop and deliver quality tourism programming throughout Wisconsin and beyond In addition there continues to be a modest support network of specialists that conduct applied research programs addressing tourism development Examples of issues addressed in this programming include business development marketing outdoor recreation planning natural resources and amenity base development heritage tourism nature based tourism festivals and events tourism economics tourism infrastructure traveler research and hospitality training These local regional and state level tourism efforts can greatly benefit from sanction guidance support and packaging in creating an overarching umbrella for CNRED Tourism Programs Tourism has been and will continue to be an important component of our social economic and environmental heritage We endeavor to sharing expertise and practices that are transferable to communities in the Lake States and beyond By doing so we have an opportunity to establish collaborative networks to help strengthen community based tourism education and applied research The literature and web based resources captured here provide an organizing component intent on

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/people/marcouiller/projects/clearinghouse/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Recreation Conflict - Research Clearinghouse - Outdoor Recreation Conflict
    2010 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Planning process Recreation Conflict DRAFT September 2005 Wisconsin is undergoing fairly dramatic changes in the pattern of recreational use and the supply of recreational amenities Rural and semi rural landscapes are being fragmented by private residential and commercial development affecting the extent and quality of lands accessible for public recreation At the same time technological change in the last twenty years have seen a dramatic increase in participation in recreational activities such as all terrain vehicles ATVs and jet skis On the other hand an increasingly urban population has shifted the recreational preferences of the population away from such traditional activities as hunting or fishing towards such activities as biking or wildlife viewing With this changing pattern of recreational activity come increased levels of crowding displacement and conflict This applied research clearinghouse is designed for researchers and managers interested in minimizing conflict amongst recreational users The focus of the clearinghouse is on how researchers have tackled the issue of compatibilities amongst different recreational uses Specifically when are recreational activities complementary or supplementary and when do recreational activities become competitive or antagonistic Search the Clearinghouse Recreation Conflict Overview Theory of Recreation Conflict Goal Interference Values Conflict

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    country of Liberia and is readjusting to American life Joe graduated in December from the UW Madison economics program and is on the job market John is a junior at UW LaCrosse majoring in Physics As for Margaret and me we are working hard at aging gracefully Margaret spends her time as a copy editor substitute teacher stained glass artist social worker and gardener In the winter my passion turns

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  • URPL Alumni Network & News to Share
    Answers cleared Restart this survey Return to Alumni section of URPL website Close this window

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Career Development
    Rosemont IL Community and Economic Development Educator Michigan State University Extension East Lansing MI Associate Professor School of Architecture and Planning University of Buffalo Buffalo NY Planner Borough of Hanover PA CDBG Coordinator City of Madison WI Planning and Community Development Coordinator City of Monona WI Principal Recreation Planner Division of Parks and Trails of the Department of Natural Resources MN Dep uty Director American Friends Service Committee Indonesia Homeownership Coordinator Dane County Housing Authority Madison WI Principal InterPlan Salt Lake City UT Economic Development Associate City of Roseville MN Community Devel opment Project Manager City of Madison WI Planner Agnew Beck Anchorage AK Senior Planner City of Janesville WI Executive Director National Capital Planning Commission Washington D C Planner Office of Policy Development of the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development Boston MA Regional Land Use Planner Sonoran Institute CA Economic Analyst Vierbicher Associates Madison WI Sustainability Planner MSA Professional Services Madison WI Associate Planner Southwestern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission Platteville WI Planning Zoning Specialist Village of DeForest DeForest WI Internships Students Have Held Outreach Specialist Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems Madison WI Program and Policy Analyst State of Wisconsin s Division of Housing and Community Development Madison WI Research Assistant University of Wisconsin Environmental Resources Center Madison WI Planning and Zoning Intern City of Rochester Rochester NY Planning Assistant Crispell Snyder Inc Madison WI GIS Analyst Continental Mapping Consultants Sun Prairie WI Energy and Community Sustainability Intern Sitka Conservation Society Sitka Electrical Department Sitka AK Planning Administrative Assistant Intern City of Monona WI Urban Development Volunteer Research Fellow CardioStart International Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital Kumasi Bureau of Medical Records Kumasi Ghana Landscape Architect Intern City of Fitchburg Parks Recreation Forestry Department Fitchburg WI Project Assistant UW Extension Center for Community Economic Development Madison WI Intern Idaho Falls

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Alumni and Friends
    necessary to direct your gift to our department In the text box where it says Department of Urban and Regional Planning 12830121 you can add by copying and pasting the name a more specific gift destination from the following if you like Jerome Kaufman Scholarship Fund in memory of Emeritus Professor Jerry Kaufman Born Environmental Stewardship Fund in honor of Emeritus Professor Stephen Born Richard B Andrews Scholarship Fund in memory of Emeritus Professor Richard Andrews Jack R Huddleston Award Fund in honor of Emeritus Professor Jack Huddleston Jessica Bullen Memorial Fund in memory of 2005 URPL graduate Jessica L Bullen Kevin Tyjeski Memorial Fund in memory of 1984 URPL graduate Kevin Tyjeski Department of Urban and Regional Planning Fund supports a wide variety of departmental activities and programs including 1 the Wisconsin Student Planning Association WSPA 2 graduate student travel to professional meetings 3 publication of Connections newsletter You may also make a donation by check Please make your check payable to the University of Wisconsin Foundation Dept of Urban Regional Planning and send it to the University of Wisconsin Foundation US Bank Lockbox P O Box 78807 Milwaukee WI 53278 0807 Please indicate if you wish your gift to go to one of the specific funds described below Note the UW Foundation s bank is in Milwaukee your contribution will be correctly routed to the UW Madison Department of Urban Regional Planning For more information on making a gift of securities or including the Department of Urban Regional Planning in your estate plans please contact Ann Dingman Director of Donor Relations College of Letters and Science University of Wisconsin Foundation 1848 University Avenue PO Box 8860 Madison WI 53708 8860 ann dingman uwfoundation wisc edu Selected Department Funds Department of Urban Regional Planning Fund This fund supports all

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Alumni and Friends
    internships and workshops to meet the challenges of a competitive employment market New graduates everywhere benefit from a network of helpful alumni Alumni Network Many URPL graduates help students with their careers Being part of the Alumni Network entails responding to student inquiries regarding the kind of work you do and possibilities for employment Interested alumni should complete this form Share Your Achievements with URPL Alumni and Friends Twice a

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