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Community Growth: Where To Go for Help
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Background and Overview
Reasons for Change
Preventing Pollution
Where To Go for Help
Complete List of Links

Essential Links:

National Small Flows Clearinghouse (NSFC)
The NSFC is a non-profit organization helping small communities and individuals solve their wastewat...

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This section displays contact information for experts in community growth.

Programs listed: 2

1.  Envision Utah

The Envision Utah Public/Private Partnership was formed to guide the development of a publicly supported Quality Growth Strategy to protect Utah's environment, economic strength, and quality of life. Five years of analysis, research and public involvement have helped bring the topic of planning and preparing for growth to the forefront. With the help of thousands of Utah residents, Envision Utah has developed a strategy to help preserve critical lands, promote water conservation and clean air, improve region-wide transportation systems, and provide housing options for all residents.

254 South 600 East, Suite 201
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
Phone: (801) 303-1450
Fax: (801) 983-0040

Contact:  Stephen Holbrook, Executive Director
Contact Phone: (801) 303-1453

2.  Montana Smart Growth Coalition

The Montana Smart Growth Coalition is a network of organizations and individuals from across Montana who share a commitment to just, affordable and sustainable communities. The Coalition advocates for progressive policy, both locally and statewide, regarding land use, transportation, housing, sustainable agriculture, conservation of habitat, cultural diversity, economic equity and the environment.

P.O. Box 543
Helena, MT 59624
Phone: (406) 449-6086
Fax: (406) 449-6086

Contact:  Tim Davis, Executive Director


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