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Live Webinar

"Byway Sustainability:  Vision, Leadership & Funding"

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When:
April 28 1-2pm EST
  

Where:
Online event



"Byway are destinations with unique tourism opportunities."

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 Dear Dave, 

Please join the National Scenic Byway Foundation for this exciting webinar! 
Presented by:  National Scenic Byway Directors - Janet Kennedy and Bobby Koepplin
 
Hear from two Scenic Byway leaders, each with over 20 years' experience in cultivating byway organizations that not only survive, but thrive!  You ask -- how do you find funding?  The answer is having a clear vision and strong leadership.  These byway leaders will share their experience and tips that will strengthen your byway organization and put you on track for sustainability.  Guaranteed!
 
$20 for National Scenic Byway Members 
  Members will receive a special code via email - If you do not receive an email and you are a member please contact     drinckey@mtaonline.net
$30 for Non Members 

 
 
Meet our Presenters:
 
 
Janet Kennedy
Leadership Committee
Lakes to Locks Passage 
All American Road
814 Bridge Road
P.O. Box 65
Crown Point, NY  12928

JANET KENNEDY After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley, Janet Kennedy has gained a broad range of experience working in both the public and private sector in site planning and recreation management, as well as transportation and regional planning. Since 1996, Janet has focused on planning and economic revitalization for New York communities through the Federal Highway Administration's National Scenic Byway program. Her work received national recognition in 2000 by earning the prestigious AASHTO award for "Best Practices" in community planning and implementation. In 2002, the New York Byway known as "Lakes to Locks Passage, New York's Great Northeast Journey" received the Federal Highway Administration's most prestigious award, All-American Road designation, recognizing the Byway's commitment to stewarding the region's resources in balance with community and economic development. Through the Quebec-New York Corridor, she has been involved in the development of a cross-border tourism partnership with the communities along the Richelieu River in Quebec. Her latest work effort is a collaboration with National Geographic to promote tourism that is "guided by locals" to national and international audiences. 

       
Bobby Koepplin
Community Support Committee
Sheyenne River Valley Scenic Byway
1105 7th Street SE,  Valley City, ND  58072-4164
















 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bobby Koepplin, Valley City, ND serves as the Chairperson of the Sheyenne River Valley National Scenic Byway, has been involved with Byways for 19 years, is a founding member of the National Scenic Byway Foundation and serves as a Byway PEER Advisor. Bobby has leveraged funds and led the completion of over $2.3 million of Byway related projects including 40 interpretive sites, 10 map panel kiosk locations, numerous visitor amenities (including way finding/highway signage, trails, concrete privy installations, pedestrian access ways, asphalt pullouts/parking areas), print and web marketing materials, completion of Corridor Management Plans, building restoration and interpretation of the Midland Continental Depot Transportation Museum, Wimbledon, ND and construction of the Rosebud Visitor Center in Valley City, ND.
 
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