Still time to register for the 2019 Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Outdoor Recreation!

The conference theme is “Our future is Connected: Using the ‘Triple Bottom Line’ Framework to Strengthen our Connections (Environment, Economics, Social)”

In addition to a range of field workshops and tours, the conference will include more than 30 peer-reviewed presentations. Check out the schedule-at-a-glance here!

Confirmed talks include:

  • Transdisciplinary University Engagement for Sustainable Tourism Planning
  • From Farmers Market to Farm Stay – Promoting to a Foodie, Experience-Seeking Demographic
  • Exploring the Influence of Emotional Solidarity with Tourists and Subjective Well-being Conditions on Attitudes Toward Tourism and Support for Tourism among Oregon residents
  • Multi-State Survey on Critical Success Factors for Agritourism
  • Connecting Downtowns and Trails
  • Spawning Sustainable Tourism Initiatives via Regional Collaboration
  • Building Capacity to Drive Community-Tourism via Visitor “First Impressions” Tourism Assessments
  • A Look into the Future: Sea Grant’s 10-Year Visioning Plan for Sustainable Coastal Tourism
  • Seasonal Labor Needs in a Minnesota Destination: exploring challenges and opportunities
  • Windward O’ahu Tourism Impact Assessment- How much is too much?
  • Agribusiness Clusters as Paradigm Shifters in Regional Marketing
  • The State of Extension and Tourism: Capacity and Opportunities for Cooperative Extension
  • Customer Service in the Tsunami Zone
  • Aquaculture Tours in Rhode Island: Opportunities for Cross-Learning and Conflict Resolution
  • The Block Island Wind Farm and its Impacts on Tourism and Recreation
  • The Hawai’i Ecotourism Association’s Long Road to a Sustainable Tour Certification Program
  • Promoting sustainable ecotourism through innovative guide training
  • Expanding Agritourism in Butte County, California – Case Study Report
  • Total Net Economic Value of Oregonians’ Participation in Outdoor Recreation
  • Health Benefits from Oregonian’s Outdoor Recreation Participation
  • Geotourism: Sustainable Tourism Without Sacrificing Community Value
  • Economic and social contributions of the Beltrami County Fair in Minnesota
  • T3 Accelerator Coaching Program
  • Organizing Georgia’s First Coastal Tourism Conference and Lessons Learned

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