A $100,000 commitment from the Omaha World-Herald Foundation will enable Nebraska communities to con tinue utilizing a successful strategic planning project. The Strategic Training and Resource Targeting (S.TA.R.T.) program directed by CPAR has helped more than 50 Nebraska communities in the past two years. The World-Herald grant will enable 40 additional communities to begin the community-based economic development program over the next two years.
Center for Public Affairs Research, UNO, "CPAR Review Vol.2, No.6" (1991). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 585.