On an overcast Wednesday morning, nine people gathered at the Riverfront Trailhead of the MYPath Trail System in Owen County. The rain held off for the group’s mile-long walk along the Riverfront Trail that winds by the White River, into the wetlands restoration area, and through a lowland reforestation project before looping back around to … Continue reading Connected community: MYPath project makes strides in Owen County, sets goals for regional impact
The Salem Pocket Park, now known as Heritage Park, is an excellent example of how public/private collaboration is salient to the development of innovative community assets.
The Launching Center is ready to Launch, and the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence County is eager to welcome teens into a reimagined space that will provide transformative learning opportunities.
In 2019, ROI awarded a Ready Communities grant to CDFI Friendly Bloomington. In its first year, it has generated valuable partnerships with CDFIs and a pipeline of potential projects in the Indiana Uplands region.
ROI has awarded 6x quality of place grants in five Indiana Uplands counties in the latest round of Ready Communities Implementation Grants.
ROI is happy to share that we have extended the timeline for organizations to apply for Round 3 of the Ready Communities Implementation Grant Program.
Up to $1.14 million in grant dollars is available to advance quality of place and workforce attraction in the 11 counties of the Indiana Uplands.
ROI is pleased to share that all 11 counties in the Indiana Uplands have completed Quality of Place and Workforce Attraction plans.
ROI has announced that 12 quality of place implementation grants have been awarded in seven counties in the Indiana Uplands as part of its Ready Communities program.
ROI is pleased to share that nine counties in the Indiana Uplands have completed Quality of Place and Workforce Attraction plans.
Eligible organizations encouraged to attend August 6 workshop to learn guidelines, timeline, and process.
Ready Communities grants to enhance quality of place and workforce attraction strategies in the Indiana Uplands Regional Opportunity Initiatives (ROI) has opened up applications for its first round of Ready Communities Implementation Grants for projects in counties that have completed a Quality of Place and Workforce Attraction Plan. Three rounds of funding will be available … Continue reading ROI opens application for first round of Ready Communities implementation grants
The Ready Communities Initiative will provide counties and communities the resources necessary to strategically plan for, develop, and implement projects and programs that build quality of place, grow regional capacity for workforce development and attraction, and improve the attributes and amenities that make the Indiana Uplands a desirable place to live, work and play.