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Economic Impact Study on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton Pathway



The Economic Impact Study on the Yellowstone-Grand Teton Loop Pathway has been completed. Thank you to the Eastern Idaho Entrepreneurial Center and lead researchers Will Jenson and Kenny Scoresby for producing the study. Thank you to the East Centrail Idaho Planning & Development Association (ECIPDA) for applying for the USDA Rural Development grant to fund the study, and to the Town of West Yellowstone, the Town of Jackson, the City of Driggs, City of Tetonia and Teton County, Idaho for contributing to the grant match.

On Friday, May 22nd there will be a presentation of the study results at 12:30 p.m. in the Seniors West of the Tetons Center in Driggs, ID (60 S. Main Street, Driggs, ID, 83422) as part of the Teton Valley Business Development Center's Economic Development Summit. The results of the Economic Impact Study will be presented along with an overview of the recently completed Greater Yellowstone Trail Concept & Action Plan. The Concept & Action Plan (managed by Wyoming Pathways and produced by Alta Planning + Design) identified the existing and missing segments of the envisioned regional pathway, and strategies for implementation. The Economic Impact Study assessed the potential economic impact to our region that the completed pathway will bring, and the presentation will tie both studies together.


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City of Victor Idaho
32 Elm Street
P.O. Box 122
Victor, ID 83455

Phone: (208) 787-2940
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