MSU Extension educators work on a variety of tourism-related topics while also working to bring important concepts and news developments in tourism to a wider audience. Below you can find MSU Extension educators writing on the topic of nature-based tourism. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the article author or another MSU Extension tourism educator.
May 15, 2018 | Paola Bacigalupo Sanguesa | In a society where the majority of the population is disconnected from agriculture, opening the doors of your farm to the public can have a big impact on their lives, and ultimately on the dairy industry.
May 2, 2018 | Steve Stewart | What do shipwrecks, wetlands, fisheries, research and birds all have in common? Those are just some of the topics featured on board these fun, interesting, and educational boat trips.
Andy Northrop, Michigan State University Extension | FIT is a comprehensive community assessment conducted by unannounced visitors in a host community positioned to lead development based on the program results.
, Michigan State University Extension | The Joint Municipal Planning Act, adopted in December, 2003, allows a city(ies), village(s), and township(s) to join together to have one Planning Commission and zoning ordinance. This version includes 2004 and 2008 amendments.