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As the nation’s largest landlord shifts its priorities, outrage ensues in Wyoming

Climate change is already posing difficult threats to the agency’s mission, its director, Tracy Stone-Manning, said in an email. The bureau must respond to it with urgency, and “all of these efforts are aimed” at preserving clean water, landscapes and healthy wildlife populations for future generations.

Registration Now Open: 2024 NADO & DDAA Washington Conference – 3/11-13 – Washington, D.C.

Join the National Association of Development Organizations (NADO) and the Development District Association of Appalachia (DDAA) for sessions focused on regional development, the federal landscape, and the programs and policies that matter most to Regional Development Organizations and their stakeholders. 

TOMIS – Navigating The Digital Landscape, Tips From Ad Week & More! | November Newsletter

Mastering Success: 5 Essential KPIs for Your Tour and Activity Business

Creating Healthy Neighborhoods from the Ground Up

For years, a conservation-focused legal foundation and a nonprofit housing financier have partnered with local governments, investors, researchers and developers to lay the foundation for healthy neighborhoods.

US Housing: 99% Of Americans Cannot Afford To Buy a House in 2023

The percentage of homeowners selling their properties has come down considerably after the pandemic. The development is making home prices skyrocket as the supply and demand mechanics don’t add up.

Moms and babies navigate risks in Wyoming maternity care desert

Fremont County, the New Hampshire-sized home of nearly 40,000, has lost significant maternal health services. In part one of a series, WyoFile looks at how families rearrange their lives to find care, often at the risk of long-distance travel.

Brand Licensing Roundtable: Tips, Tricks and Latest Trends with Dorsey – 12/6 – Online

We encourage you to forward this invitation to others within your organization who might be interested in attending this program. Please use the “Forward link” at the top of the email.

Software to tackle the US housing crisis

A platform is helping developers pinpoint areas with the best opportunities to build infill housing developments

Remote work beats out salary as the most important thing to employees

Flexjobs, a search site for remote jobs, surveyed over 8,000 workers, with 63% voting remote work as the most important thing in a job, narrowly beating out salary. In fact, two-thirds of respondents are willing to take a pay cut to work remotely, highlighting the demand for continued flexibility four years since the start of the pandemic.

The Power of Intentional Networking

Are you making the most of your network? In this Nano Tool for Leaders, Wharton’s Marissa King gives tips on how to leverage your contacts.