The National Scenic Byway Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization formed in 2003. Our vision is that byways will be recognized and valued worldwide for their distinctive experiences, stories and treasured places. Our mission is to provide leadership to empower, strengthen and sustain byways.
Scenic America 2014 Conference
Friday, April 11, 2014 - Houston, TX
Scenic America is hosting a one-day national symposium on how scenic beauty supports economic development, livability, and tourism. Experts will address the benefits of design review, historic preservation and scenic roads, why beauty benefits business and tourism, and how design affects public health and quality of life. For more information, including agenda and registration, see www.scenic.org/houston2014.
Heartland Byways Conference
Continuing to Make the Grassroots Grow
April 14-16, 2014 - Manhattan, KS
The conference will be featured near the Flint Hills National Scenic Byway and the Native Stone Scenic Byway. Topics featured during the conference will be focused on the Byway four core learning areas: Byway Organization, Finances, Corridor Management, and Visitor Experiences. For more information, see www.TravelKS.com/HeartlandBywaysConference.
Preserving the Historic Road
September 26-28, 2014 - Savannah, Georgia
The National Scenic Byway Foundation is pleased to announce that we are a partner with Preserving the Historic Road for the Ninth Biennial Preserving the Historic Road Conference. The local planning committee is organizing an exciting program including tours of Southeast Coastal Roads, a welcoming event at the Savannah History Museum, and a Low Country Boil at the historic Tybee Island Lighthouse. For more information visit: http://historicroads.org/