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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Pacific Coast Trails and the American Southwest



Phoenix Palm Springs Los Angeles San Mateo Sacramento Sonoma and Oregon
Phoenix Arizona and the American Southwest
Blue Skies Red Rocks Mountain Trails Grand Canyons Desert Sunsets and City Culture
Phoenix is the cosmopolitan heart of Arizona, the soul of the American Southwest and where you will find sports venues, live music, rooftop lounges, museums, theaters and art galleries.
Downtown and its Cityscape two block entertainment district is also home to the Phoenix Convention Center and Arizona State University’s downtown campus; all served by one of the newest light rail systems in the nation.
Arizona Opera produces grand opera throughout the state of Arizona and is one of only three companies in the US that performs in two cities. In Phoenix, the company performs at Symphony Hall in Downtown. Read More





Los Angeles Beverly Hills and Palm Springs California
Pacific Coast Beaches Culture and Entertainment Shopping and an Endless Supply of Sunshine
Los Angeles is a metropolis with an extraordinary history and a rich cultural heritage. An entertainment capital that is also home to renowned museums, a flourishing downtown, 75 miles of sunny coastline and internationally flavored neighborhoods.



Palm Springs
The nine cities that comprise Greater Palm Springs offer an endless supply of sunshine and a local culture ranging from art and air museums, tours of midcentury modern homes, a living desert - a unique zoo and botanical garden that specializes in the deserts of the world - hiking, biking at the Indian Canyon, with its numerous natural springs, Tahquitz Canyon, the Coachella Valley Preserve and the Joshua Tree National Park, 794,000 acres with two diverse desert ecosystems: the Colorado and Mojave Deserts. Read More
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Sacramento California
Natural Beauty History Cultural Attractions Cutting Edge Cuisine and Wineries
Sacramento sits at the confluence of the Sacramento and American rivers, and is an ideal destination for a Northern California itinerary and getaways to visit the Wine Country, Gold Country, the Redwoods, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, Reno, Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic National Park and the Central Valley.
History Sacramento has a colorful history filled with humor, steam trains, ghosts, heroes and villains, the California Gold Rush and other tales of the Wild West. Read More


Sonoma County California
Wineries Rugged Coastlines and Redwood Forests
Sonoma is home to over 425 wineries, miles of rugged Pacific coastline, towering redwood forests, and proximity to San Francisco. Also, more than 50 nature parks that offer travelers miles of hiking and cycling trails through towering redwoods or oak-studded hills, and rivers for kayaking and canoeing.
Arts and Culture Sonoma County is home to sculpture gardens tucked into hills, quaint small towns and high-end galleries as well as performing arts centers like the Green Music Center, thousands of local artists and 120 performing arts companies. Read More
Oregon Travel
Environment Friendly Destinations and Vacations
Oregon is an ideal winter destination where you can ski on volcanoes in the Cascade Mountains; a nature lover’s paradise as you watch hundreds of gray whales spout and storms over the Pacific; a connoisseur destination where you can sip award-winning Oregon wines and micro beers; an environmentalist’s delight with Portland’s green lifestyle, free downtown transport and local distinctive neighborhoods. Video
The Landscape is diverse, with a windswept Pacific coastline, a volcano-studded Cascade Range, abundant bodies of water in and west of the Cascades; dense evergreen, mixed, and deciduous forests at lower elevations; and a high desert sprawling across much of its east all the way to the Great Basin. The tall conifers, mainly Douglas fir, along Oregon's rainy west coast contrast with the lighter-timbered and fire-prone pine and juniper forests covering portions to the east. Abundant alders in the west fix nitrogen for the conifers. Stretching east from central Oregon are semi-arid shrub lands, prairies, deserts, steppes, and meadows. At 11,249 feet (3,429 m), Mount Hood is the state's highest point, and Crater Lake National Park is Oregon's only national park. Read More
Portland
Neighborhoods Planning & Development Sustainability and Local Transport
Located between the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Portland is at the northern end of the Willamette Valley and river which flows through the city and links with the Columbia River. The citizens and their local government are notable for: land-use planning, local transport, environment conscious policies, high walkability, a large number bicyclists and ten thousand acres of public parks.
Neighborhoods The Office of Neighborhood Involvement serves as a conduit between city government and Portland's 95 neighborhoods, each represented by a volunteer association serving as liaison between residents and the city government. Portland and its surrounding metropolitan area also have the only directly elected metro planning organization the United States with responsibility for land use, transport planning and solid waste management. Read More
Pacific Coast Trails and the American Southwest
Knowledge  Tourism

Projects in Small Town Main Streets and Historic Districts



Capitalizing Managing and Marketing Tourism and Environment Projects
The Successful Implementation of Projects in one or more local areas rests on a clear plan to develop and implement a commercial strategy as well as the identification and application of the capital and human resources required.
A Commercial Strategy with Economies of Scale Revenue Based Funding and Sharing
A Key Objective is to achieve some measure of economies of scale in small towns and rural communities through the application of a team effort across multiple communities that share in the marketing and sales effort as well as revenue generating and sharing. More
Business Philosophy develop, fund and manage sustainable tourism, environmental and community economic development projects in selected communities in collaboration with local partners.
Mission create new sustainable wealth and economic opportunities in a community by: Improving local knowledge and expertise, Ensuring accountability and responsibility by participants, Educating clients about our communities to ensure respect for local values and traditions, Utilizing market forces to achieve economies of scale and purchasing power, Developing markets for products and services, Focusing on sustainable projects in tourism, energy efficiency and water resources, Generating capital resources for small enterprises, Partnering with local government to reach into a community,
A Local Collective Multidisciplinary Public and Private Sustainable Community Economic Development Program on Tourism and Environment Projects that create New Entrepreneurial Opportunities
Local a project made specifically for your community that draws on the history, traditions and talents that are unique to your town and region.
Collective a multidisciplinary approach that rests on the following income creating pillars:
Education and Training; Water Conservation and Management; Energy Savings and Creation Programs;
Travel Related Services and Local Typical Products.
Private and Public drawing on the resources, expertise and vantage points of both in a carefully constructed partnership that is unique to the culture, values and needs of your territory.
Entrepreneurial the freedom to be creative, to try something new, and to succeed!
Sustainable quality skills that empower individuals in the community in respect of the environment
Where history and culture, knowledge and learning, local citizens and visitors, the past and the future can come together and, building on past achievements, create new opportunities.
Self-Finance In Kind Payments Revenue Based Funding and Sharing
Local Area Special Purpose Vehicles - SPVs - are Independent of each other but benefit from Economies of Scale generated by a Joint Marketing and Management Project thus addressing a Key Problem that prevents the Resurgence of America’s Main Streets and Historic Districts in Small Towns.
Project Targets small commercial, retail and office buildings as well as museums and entertainment venues located in historic districts and main streets of towns and suburban areas with a population of 100 thousand or less that have a history as manufacturing, agricultural and/or river, canal, coastal, rail and lake transport hub communities.
Utilization purchase and/or lease of energy efficiency and water resources equipment, parts and related software, legal and accounting services, social media, traditional marketing and advertising, specialized consulting in community planning, architecture and design and training services.




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