Bachelor of Science
School or Department
Parks, Tourism, and Recreation Management
Faculty Mentor Department
Recreation, CORR, Community, Planning
Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration
Community Outdoor Recreation Realization, or CORR, was created through collaboration of Montana Access Project, University of Montana, and the US Forest Service. This program is intended to help rural Montana communities realize recreation assets and plan for their development. A pilot of the CORR process was implemented in two Montana communities: White Sulphur Springs and Columbia Falls. Researchers interviewed CORR facilitators and community members who participated in the CORR process. From the feedback received in these qualitative interviews, researchers presented recommendations to improve the CORR process and created an initial toolkit to be used by future communities. This report covers the interview process, results from interviews, and the recommendations presented. Additionally, the initial suggested toolkit is included.
Honors College Research Project
GLI Capstone Project
Castro, Ashley; Elias, Jazzelle; Friend, Grace; Spang, Lisa; and Walhus, Grace, "Community Outdoor Recreation Realization Pilot Review and Recommendations" (2023). Undergraduate Theses, Professional Papers, and Capstone Artifacts. 404.
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