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Project Pivotal-Rig
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Project Pivotal-Rig

A potential project of Rural Nelson
 

The Project is a vision and the practical means for Rural Nelson to present a group of options ...

The Project provides the Pivotal Strategy which attempts to address:

As part of The Pivotal Strategy there is a group of ideas about a set of small enterprises which, if worked together, can improve and manage the land, and provide financial benefits to the people of Nelson County. The work there, modern, sophisticated computer assisted natural resource management, may them flow into the region and state.

As part of The Pivotal Strategy there is also a concept of Pivotal Tracts, private lands under intensive management providing for owners yearly financial gains and contributing to the quality of the environment of the county and its surroundings.

The system assists in achieving goals of the county comprehensive plan, for example:
Preserve our historic heritage and the integrity of our natural resource systems

Div. State Planning and Community Affairs, 1973

There is a single Table of Contents for the Project and this web site.

There are notes on the county from at 1973 Division of State Planning and Community Affairs booklet (Richmond) and other notes.

Getting Started gives a few ideas and suggestions for a practical start to the project which can become an alternative form of support for the desired rural life in the county.

There are links to potentially-related organizations and groups.

There's an ideas page and readers are invited to send in solid ideas on the topic of this web site. The major ones will be posted here.


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Last revision June 28, 2002.