Events Category Archives: Communities

West Central Mountains Economic Development Summit

The West Central Mountains Economic Development Council is ecstatic to announce the return of our annual West Central Mountains Economic Summit, held on Monday, October 3rd, 2022 at the Shore Lodge world-class resort in McCall. This year is significant on many levels, from understanding the current economic landscape to coming together and connecting after a difficult couple

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Idaho Heritage Conference

Idaho’s Heritage Conference was created to engage statewide partners in Preservation, History, Museums, and Archaeology in a cross-discipline conference that would allow for collaboration, inspiration, and networking.  Whether you are an archaeologist, teacher, student, community leader, museum professional or volunteer, amateur preservationist, or simply a local history buff we invite you to attend. Learn more

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Inland Northwest Partners Forecast Fall Meeting

Educational meetings, programs, and seminars are the INP’s core offering. These forums provide a means to share ideas and experiences, and forge new partnerships. Quarterly training workshops take a regional approach, both in challenges and solutions. Topics for this meeting include technology, financing community initiatives, forging regional partnerships, local business expansion and retention, job recruitment

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Idaho Conference on Recreation & Tourism (ICORT)

The Idaho Conference on Recreation and Tourism (ICORT) is an exceptional opportunity to learn about and network with other recreation and tourism professionals. ICORT is designed for destination marketing organizations and tourism-related businesses in Idaho — from restaurants, hotels, breweries and wineries to retail stores, museums and any attraction who interacts with and engages Idaho’s many visitors.

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Idaho Travel Council Meeting

The Idaho Travel Council (ITC) will meet at the Fairfield Inn & Suites banquet room (1788 Washington St. N, Twin Falls, ID) on Monday, October 17, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (MST). See the full agenda with instructions to join the Zoom meeting here.

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Idaho Economic Development Association Annual Conference

Join the Idaho Economic Development Association Annual Conference on October 4 – 6 in Boise. Whether you are a rural town or urban center, learn more about grant writing and have crucial conversations with those moving into the state. Learn more here.

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Idaho Rural Success Summit

Join us on September 27, for the Idaho Rural Success Summit. The event will feature opening remarks by Governor Brad Little and is centered around spotlighting successful examples of rural community development through 10 lightning-round presentations, fostering networking opportunities and sharing information. The event is hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, the

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Writing Grants for the Common Good

The Idaho Nonprofit Center is hosting a grant writing workshop. The workshop is designed for novice, beginner, and experienced grant writers, this series will break down the grant process whether applying for government or foundation funding. Specific examples will be provided to coach participants through the preparation and submission of funding opportunities.  The event will

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Nonprofit Center Statewide Conference

Join over 300 nonprofit professionals – from board members to CEOs and everyone in between – at the premier event for Idaho nonprofit leaders as they address critical issues and opportunities in the nonprofit sector. Day One – August 30 Day Two – August 31 Day Three – September 1 Learn more and register here.

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Idaho Economic Advisory Council August Meeting

The Idaho Economic Advisory Council will meet on Thursday, August 4, 2022, from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. MT. The council will review one Tax Reimbursement Incentive (TRI) application and three Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) CARES applications. The council will also welcome two new members and choose a new board chair and vice chair. The

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