On this week’s The County Seat, Terry Wood sits down with officials to talk about weed abatement and how invasive species are costing you big bucks to fight off. In this extended conversation, the group continues to discuss possible solutions and the impacts those solutions might have.
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On this episode of The County Seat, Chad Booth sits down with tourism professionals from across the state to discuss collaborative tourism. Counties typically don’t generate enough money to promote tourism to their parks and attractions on their own, and need help from the state in order to properly promote tourism. Malia Bascom has a report in our first segment about how that collaboration between the state and counties works.
In the final segment of this week’s episode, the panel wraps up the discussion by talking about some of the residuals created by tourism that people don’t necessarily think of. Industry and commerce are directly related to tourism in many ways that most people don’t necessarily realize.
In this segment, the group discusses land management as it applies to tourism and tourism lands and the potential conflicts between state and federal agencies in managing tourism.
On this week’s show, the panel sits down to discuss tourism in Utah. We live in a beautiful, awe-inspiring place that has a lot to offer visitors from not just other parts of the U.S., but all over the world. In this segment, the group talks about the benefits of tourism on the state and the communities in which we live.