Kellogg Foundation’s Routes of Change Focuses on Rural Entrepreneurship
The Kellogg Foundation’s electronic newsletter, Routes of Change, highlights several ways in which rural communities are using entrepreneurship as a revitalization strategy. From Michigan to Louisiana to West Virginia, the newsletter shows communities using enterprise development and their natural and agricultural resources to create sustainable development strategies. To learn more about these innovative programs featured in the January 2006 issue of the newsletter, go to http://bm23.com/x/preview.php?id=99038_92b36723_4894741_951b7538.
Source: Rural Enews.
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