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Published on January 17, 2008

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Slide2:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative Director’s Meeting March 25, 2003 Helena MT Slide3:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Historical Society B. Managing the Use of Assets B.4. Create a comprehensive & interactive “system” of visitor information & interpretation  B.4.4 Provide professionally researched interpretive programs & facilities for visitors Slide4:  Montana Historical Society Scriver Center provides storage for the collection. Goal is to create some exhibit space there so the public can better appreciate the range of the collection. Lewis and Clark exhibit, "Neither Empty nor Unknown," planned for the Bicentennial will focus on the Montana tribes and natural history contemporary with the Expedition. Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Slide5:  Montana Historical Society A new Montana History Center is our long-term goal. Better facilities are essential to provide the public with the best possible visitor services and better collections care. Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Slide6:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Tourism Advisory Council Managing Information A.1. Maintain the Montana Lodging Tax for tourism promotion & development A.1.2 Build awareness among elected officials about tourism's impacts and benefits Slide7:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commission B. Managing the Use of Assets B.6. Assist communities to enhance facilities/services for tourism development B.6.5 Encourage communities to use strategic planning & development tools Slide8:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Department of Commerce C. Creating Teams C.3 Increase awareness and utilization of business assistance programs Business Finance Local Development Public Infrastructure Tribal Resources Housing Technical Assistance Tax Incentive Miscellaneous Slide9:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 MSU Extension Service Nature Based Tourism ITRR surveys show natural attractions are the primary draw for Montana Tourists. This new 9 - state Western Regional Project will be similar to the Farm and Ranch Recreation Business workshops that drew 2,000 participants to 30 workshops in 7 states. A video featuring Nature-base Tourism Businesses through out the West is now available. An inventory of Western Nature-based Tourism Businesses is almost complete. A first workshop is scheduled for Sandpoint, Idaho April 19, 2003. Slide10:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Department of Transportation Rest Area Construction Bozeman - 2000 Lost Trail Pass – 2001 (partnering effort with Idaho Transportation Department and USFS) Sweet Grass - 2002 Dena Mora (Look Out Pass) - construction late spring 2003 511 Travel Info What is 511 Where can it be used How do you use it When it began Electronic Kiosks HB 30 before Legislature Allow installation of electronic informational kiosks on highway right-of-way Slide11:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative January 2003 Slide12:  Balance resource use with protection – Use conflicts, Endangered Species Act, etc. State Parks funding – Implement Futures Committee report and restore program health. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Slide13:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service B. Managing the Use of Assets B.1. Seek balance between asset protection & visitor/business needs The National Wildlife Refuge System, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is the only system of federal lands devoted specifically to wildlife. In 1997 Congress passed the National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act making wildlife conservation the overarching mission of the National Wildlife Refuge System and calling for enhanced consideration of certain wildlife-dependent public uses when compatible with the mission and purpose of individual national wildlife refuges. Slide14:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Build an effective team, partnerships to realize vision for 2007 The Montana Area BOR Office is actively participating in commemorating the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The office detailed one of its employees to staff and assist the Corps of Discovery II. Slide15:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 U.S. Bureau of Reclamation B. Managing the Use of Assets B.4 Create a comprehensive & interactive system of visitor information & interpretation New interpretive area to be constructed in 2003 at Clark Canyon Reservoir near Camp Fortunate New interpretive overlook to be constructed in 2004 at Tiber Reservoir at a Marias River Overlook Goal 4 - Improve/maintain recreation infrastructure to support high quality visitor experiences. :  Goal 4 - Improve/maintain recreation infrastructure to support high quality visitor experiences. Montana State Office Bureau of Land Management MT BLM Focus Actions:  Actions A.4 - Create New Destinations with Special Designations and Events Active Involvement/Support to the 2 MT National Signature Events Explore the Big Sky and Clark on the Yellowstone Co-Sponsor “Clark on the Yellowstone”Event Pompeys Pillar will serve as the “Signature Site” Actions Actions:  Actions B.1 – Seek Balance Between Asset Protection and Visitor Needs Finalize visitor research for the Upper Missouri Use the data as a framework for planning to balance visitor needs and resource protection B.6 – Assist Communities to Enhance Facilities for Tourism Development Continue work on Fort Benton and Pompeys Pillar Interpretive Centers Accessibility evaluations/corrective action at key sites Actions:  Actions B.3 – Develop an Enhanced Transportation System Continue community-based process for travel planning in Eastern MT Trail inventories in key areas C.8 – Develop Partnerships to Facilitate Implementation of Strategic Plan Sponsor a National Partnership Course in Eastern MT Involve local constituents and representatives from Travel Montana, MTRI, etc. Slide20:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Institute for Tourism & Recreation Research A. Managing Information A.1. Maintain the Montana Lodging Tax for tourism promotion & development A.1.1. Build citizens awareness about benefits/impacts of tourism and uses of lodging tax A.1.2. Build awareness among elected officials about tourism’s impacts and benefits During this next year, we will be “mining” our nonresident visitor data set. Our priority is to profile visitors for each county in the state (with ample sample size) as well as each travel region of the state. Included in these profiles will be nonresident visitor expenditures, characteristics, and travel patterns where feasible. In addition, other economic data for the county may be included (where available) as well as tourism/recreation data from public land managers in the county. The intent is to fill an information need about tourism/recreation at a more local level. Slide21:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Fort Peck Interpretive Center Lake Elevations and Lake Access The Fort Peck Fish Hatchery Slide22:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Heritage Commission A. Managing Information A.3. Create new tourism & recreation products through packaging B. Managing the Use of Assets B.4. Create a comprehensive & interactive “system” of visitor information & interpretation B.6.3 Enhance heritage/cultural facilities & attractions to meet visitor needs Slide23:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Heritage Commission C. Creating Teams C.2.1. Identify opportunities for partnerships & funding to address asset needs Slide24:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Arts Council Focus on high-value, low-impact visitor market segments; develop Montana’s niche in meeting/convention, heritage/cultural and winter markets. MAC will work with Travel Montana to more fully integrate the arts calendar of activities into the Events and other calendar listings on Travel Montana’s website, including regional calendar listings. MAC will work with Travel Montana to integrate the arts into advertising and promotion campaigns. Slide25:  Montana Arts Council Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 A. Managing Information A.7 Enhance system of tracking, analysis & information dissemination for stakeholders A.7.5. Create a statewide “baseline” database of tourism and recreation assets. MAC has a database of arts organizations and a complete calendar of events handled through “Lively Times” that will provide a great start for cultural assets. Slide26:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 C. Creating Teams C.2. Create partnerships to address asset management & funding needs C.2.1. Identify opportunities for partnerships to address asset needs To better understand the tourism industry and work productively, the arts council will seek to continue arts representation on the Tourism Advisory Council and will ask the Governor to appoint a tourism industry representative on the arts council. MAC will also work to get local arts organizations involved in tourism country activities and ensure that these groups and artists are working actively in local tourism efforts. Montana Arts Council Slide27:  Complete facility construction and interpretive projects Provide interpreters and stewardship staffing Support signature and community events Staff Training Slide28:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 USDA Forest Service Invest wisely during Bicentennial to set the stage for the future: More and better recreation facilities, programs and experiences for Montana residents and visitors. (ie. Enhance wildlife viewing through birding trail development.) Slide29:  Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative March 2003 Montana Tourism & Recreation Initiative Contact: Carol Crockett MTRI Coordinator 301 S Park Helena MT 59620 406-841-2796 Fax: 406-841-2871 Email: Carol@visitmt.com Web Site: http://www.travelmontana.state.mt.us/OURPROGRAMS/mtri.htm

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