Las Vegas, Nevada
April 23-24, 2013
Join us for ASAP Training and learn how to engage your community in targeted, sustainable economic development from the very team of Extension Specialists who created this process!
The Western Rural Development Center Area Sector Analysis Process (ASAP) was designed by Extension Specialists and Agents for Extension to use in collaboration with community leaders and has already been successfully applied to several communities across the region.
ASAP assists communities in targeted, sustainable economic development by identifying:
1. Community goals and priorities for economic development
Join the ASAP Team and learn first-hand how to:
Discover ASAP at Work in Montana, Nevada, and Arizona!
The ASAP Team will be sharing highlights with you from these state projects.
The registration fee is $175 per person and includes two days of training, ASAP steering committee and facilitator materials, pre-loaded jump drives with the ASAP materials, and three refreshment breaks.
How to Register
To receive a refund less a $35 processing fee, you may cancel your registration through 5:00 pm (MDT), Tuesday, April 16, 2013. No refunds will be issued after 5:00 pm (MDT), Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
Cancellations must be received in writing.
Please email it to Betsy Newman, Western Rural Development Center, email@example.com.
ASAP Training will be conducted at the Desert Rose Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, and a block of lodging rooms has been reserved for training participants. You will need to contact the hotel directly to make your own lodging reservations. Please use GROUP CODE WRDC13.
Desert Rose Resort
5051 Duke Ellington Way
Las Vegas, NV 89119
$119 per room, per night
*To secure this room rate, reservations must be made by March 28, 2013 using Group Code WRDC13.
AGENDA – DAY ONE
AGENDA – DAY TWO
Don Albrecht, Western Rural Development Center
Barbara Andreozzi, Montana State University Cooperative Extension
Buddy Borden, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Linda Cox, University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension
Tom Harris, University of Nevada Reno
Malieka Landis, University of Nevada Reno
Please contact the Western Rural Development Center: