Economy & Education

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A community that can foresee, adapt, and leverage changing economic conditions to its benefit has a resilient economy. Economies are resilient when they can recover quickly from a devastating event such as a major flood or tornado. Resilient communities can withstand such an event and even avoid it altogether with proactive planning.

The economic vitality of small towns is tightening as population decreases and funding shrinks. Now more than ever, creative ways to increase economic activity and educational opportunities are vital.


A community that can foresee, adapt, and leverage changing economic conditions to its benefit has a resilient economy. Economies are resilient when they can recover quickly from a devastating event such as a major flood or tornado. Resilient communities can withstand such an event and even avoid it altogether with proactive planning.

The economic vitality of small towns is tightening as population decreases and funding shrinks. Now more than ever, creative ways to increase economic activity and educational opportunities are vital.