Stakeholder engagement and collaborative corridor management: The case of New Hampshire Route 1A/1B Byway Corridor
This case study describes the methods associated with the development and completion of a comprehensive Corridor Management Plan based upon the collaborative efforts of a wide range of stakeholders. The notion that critical issues NH is facing are not about achieving growth, but rather one of maintaining quality that is consistent with sustaining natural/coastal, cultural and human resources of NH Seacoast. This chapter documents some unique strategies for engaging stakeholders, the value of replication, the importance of innovation in research design and techniques that assist in the implementation of the recommendations derived from the process. The recommendations were derived through the consideration of the input from a diverse group of stakeholders—from both within and outside the corridor—with an interest in enjoying and preserving its preservation and enhancement as a tourism destination.
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