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Friday, November 25, 2016

American Travel Projects



Turnkey personalized travel services in the USA for families, extended families, theme groups and business travelers that focus on: Historical Tourism, Environment Friendly Destinations and Vacations, Architectural Tours, Food Wine and Brew itineraries, Study Tours, Professional Enrichment, Training and Wellness programs.




Local Tourism Initiatives

Business and Vacation Travel Logistics Itineraries, anchor locations, hub and spoke travel destinations.
Issue many travelers think they can develop and implement their trip plans via online booking. In our experience, personalized travel services, planning as well as management, provide cost savings and other advantages; the one page presentation - Smart Trip Planning - provides details.
Objective a collaborative effort to develop local capabilities in destination management, tourism services and environment related projects that focus on water resources, transportation and energy efficiency across the United States.
Tourism Projects Generate Resources for Environmental Activities
Solution develop local area businesses capable of managing incoming travel services that benefit from a centralized marketing and sales program. Resources generated from inbound travel transactions are made available to the regions, towns, and neighborhoods visited to help pay for the start-up of a new local entity tasked with longer term marketing and management of tourism and environment related services in the community.
Cultural Anchors and Attractors Museums, Theaters and other Historic Buildings located on Main Street and in historic districts are repositories of a community’s values and traditions. Each Local Project integrates architecture with digital media and engages visitors through interaction with local citizens. Water resources and energy efficiency projects are also community attractors as domestic and international business and government visitors will come to study, learn and acquire knowledge and expertise in these fields.
Travel Themes that Bring out the Best in a Community
Travel Programs that emphasize: locally managed services, an established presence in and knowledge of your destinations, superior client service in the planning stages and throughout your trip, logistics expertise to reduce travel costs, transport and transfer times. 





Experienced Local Operators provide the highest quality destination management services, Tourism assumes uniquely local dimensions wherever you go; the activities that you select irrespective of the length of your stay, are unique of the community and rooted into the local culture and traditions.





Itinerary Plans and Travel Management Services for American and International Clients

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Streams Lakes Rivers and Tidal Waters Quality Planning



Your Community Water Quality Plan should list all of the waters significant enough to have a name and their quality condition expressed as: 
Excellent waters are fit for all human uses and can support sensitive fish and other aquatic creatures; 
Good waters can support a high number of game fish but not highly-sensitive organisms;
Fair waters support few game fish and are not suitable for swimming;
Poor quality waters support only the most pollution-tolerant organisms. 
Quality Considerations are based on Fish and other Biological Samplings
Watershed Land Use can be related to quality issues such as: forest covered watersheds are usually of excellent quality; a mix of forest and farms with good soil-water conservation practices produces good quality waters; a mix of farms, forest and suburban development yields fair quality waters; intense suburban-urban development usually results in poor water quality.

Watershed Percentage covered by buildings, streets, parking lots and other impervious surfaces also relates to aquatic resource quality as: excellent less than 5% impervious area; good less than 10% impervious area; fair less than 15% impervious area; and poor greater than 15% impervious area.
In addition to current quality, your plan should show how the health of named streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs and tidal waters will change with anticipated growth. This can be determined by estimating how watershed impervious area changes with future growth.
Development Driven Aquatic Resource Damage can be prevented if the runoff from all new impervious surfaces drains with effective best management practices BMP. Waters degraded by past development can be restored if existing impervious areas are redeveloped with highly effective BMPs. The plan should describe the steps taken to ensure that all future development will fully utilize these highly-effective BMPs or explain why not. It must also set forth actions that restore fair or poor quality waters to a good condition.
Actions may include: retrofitting existing impervious surfaces with highly-effective BMPs, upgrading wastewater treatment plants and fixing sewers prone to overflows.  Only after these three steps are taken should in-stream restoration or tree planting be considered.

Frequently Asked Questions does the plan provide:
criteria for assessing the impact of past and anticipated growth
current quality of all named waters within the planning area
the quality of all named waters with anticipated growth
recommended actions for poor or fair quality waters in terms of:
restoring the waters to a good condition and the factual basis for the effectiveness of each action
the quality of named waters with anticipated growth
If all named waters are of good to excellent quality both presently and with anticipated growth then the score for this quality of life factor is 5 or A.
A New Plan for Your Area if your current plan is about to expire or rates poorly based on the Quality of Life Growth Management system, we can assist you in carrying out the outlined steps and/or conduct a community workshop and assist you in formulating a planning strategy for your community.




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