Tourism Tuesday, 3/13/18

As promised, here is another post from the Destination Center. I did not copy the entire page, but there are quite a few funding sources from foundations, government, etc. If you are interested in exploring funding sources for a sustainable tourism project, you will need to go to the original page for funding here:

Destination Center Funding Sources

Also, I want to point out to all my readers that the last four months of Tourism or Tourist Tuesdays are now consolidated on to a single page for ease in finding information. I worked on it all day Monday, 3/12; copying all the existing posts, making sure all links were active, and reproducing all the photographs originally included. One can find this page to the right, under “Pages, title Tourist Tuesday Posts.” I hope this will help all those who are interested in or working on making our tourism sustainable for the land, the residents, and the tourists.

Also, I have been in contact with Peter Chung, of PARKIT, which is specifically addressing  similar issues surrounding Point Lobos and Garrapata and we are hoping to work together along with other individuals and groups to get these tourist issues resolved. I understand that this will be presented at the BSMAAC meeting in conjunction with the suggestion for a destination management plan. Darn, wish I could come. Anyone want to record it for me? Or send me notes? Or maybe a YouTube? Doesn’t need to be but this section of the meeting.

 

~ by bigsurkate on March 13, 2018.

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