After Bobby Hutchinson lost his left leg in 1991 during Operation Desert Storm, he thought he'd never play golf again. Then he heard about Boots on the Green. Watch the video.
Visitors to historic Lexington, Mo., can learn about the town's rich Civil War history through an audio walking and driving tour created through Extension's Community Arts Program. Watch the video.
Many small businesses depend on tourism dollars. One such business is Mark Twain Cave in northeastern Missouri. Watch the video.
If you are ever asked to volunteer on an organization's board, make sure you know what you're getting into before saying yes.
Rural communities across the country are finding economic opportunities from cultural heritage tourism.
MU Extension helps people create communities of the future. Community development education helps citizens tap into local strengths and university resources.
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