Because of today’s political and economic realities, “home-grown” businesses and economic development projects have often proved more sustainable than attracting industry from the outside. Locally generated enterprises create and sustain jobs and increase the local tax base. Communities that look to relationships and commitments to a particular place may be able to turn those connections into a competitive advantage. In so doing, communities may shield themselves from some of the negative impacts of globalization, while still recognizing their part in a global system.
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Click on the link to see a powerpoint presentation on: The New Mother Lode: Local Community and Economic Benefits of a Livestock Processing Facility in the Region