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Rails-to-Trails Grants:  The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy Development Fund

Rails-to-trails is an exciting movement that converts abandoned railroad tracks into trails for pedestrians, equestrians, cyclists and kinetic enthusiasts of all kind. High profile repurposed lines include the Atlanta Beltway, Chicago’s Bloomingdale Trail, and New York's High Line which is beginning to rival Central Park as a must visit tourist attraction. Whether urban, rural, or somewhere in between, recycled railroads are a perfect place for fitness, fun, and financial renaissance. The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy via the Doppelt Family Trail Development Fund is currently offering competitive grants to build or improve mulituse trails.

Jobs, Small-Scale Manufacturing and Place-Based Economies - A Technical Assistance Opportunity from Smart Growth America

Smart Growth America is a national nonprofit that brings smart growth practices to communities across the country. We first told you about them in our post about their Transit-Oriented Development Technical Assistance opportunities. They are currently offering workshops for economic capacity building in their Small-Scale Manufacturing and Place-Based Economic Development Technical Assistance program.

Capacity Building for Local Government - Resources from the Building Neighborhood Capacity Program

Capacity building! Most of us know the general meaning even if its nuances have yet to completely crystallize in our minds. In broad terms, it means enabling an entity to help itself. In the nonprofit arena, it is related to organizational effectiveness and has become an increasingly popular area for funding. There is also a federal program dedicated specifically to local communities. The Building Neighborhood Capacity Program (BNCP) is dedicated to providing the combination of knowledge, skills, relationships, processes and resources that residents, local organizations and cross-sector partners need to work together to achieve their goals.