Brookings Mountain West

Partners

A platform for exchange across a big region, Brookings Mountain West seeks to develop collaborative relationships with key institutions and organizations engaged in work on issues of interest to the region. A number of core partners serve as advisors and collaborators. Please contact us if you wish to get involved.

Arizona

Morrison Institute for Public Policy

Morrison Institute for Public Policy bridges the gap between academic scholarship and public policy through services to public and private sector clients and independent research. Providing research, program evaluation, and outreach to organizations in Arizona, Morrison is a unit within the School of Public Affairs, College of Public Programs at Arizona State University.

Arizona Indicators

As one of many indicator initiatives nationally, Arizona Indicators seeks to actively engage colleagues in the field who are working with complementary datasets.

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Colorado

Colorado College State of the Rockies Project

The State of the Rockies Project at Colorado College engages undergraduate researchers on challenges to the eight-state Rockies region related to the environment and natural resources, demographics, economics, and resource management. The project enriches Rockies dialogue by asking key questions, gathering relevant data, publishing annual reports, and hosting speakers series and discussions.

Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation

The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, is the nation's first and only truly regional economic development entity in which 70+ area economic development groups have joined together to represent and further the interests of an entire region.

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Idaho

Capitol City Development Corporation (CCDC)

Capitol City Development Corporation (CCDC) focuses on the revitalization of Boise's downtown and its neighborhoods through urban design and development initiatives in the city's urban renewal districts. CCDC invests resources in improving infrastructure, building public facilities, development partnerships and arts and culture to create lively, well designed and sustainable urban places where businesses and people thrive. In accomplishing this mission, CCDC's roles includes planning, advocating, facilitating, partnering, managing facilities, developing and investing.

Boise State University, College of Social Sciences and Public Affairs

The College of Social Sciences & Public Affairs at Boise State educates students for engaged citizenship, teaching them to address local problems from a global perspective. The college is home to a number of award-winning teachers and some of Boise State's most productive scholars, over four thousand undergraduate and four hundred graduate students, fifty academic programs, and twelve research centers.

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New Mexico

Technology Ventures Corporation (TVC)

Technology Ventures Corporation (TVC) facilitates the commercialization of public sector-funded technologies by connecting inventors, entrepreneurs, and investors to create thriving start-up technology companies and quality, high-skill, high-wage jobs.

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Utah

Envision Utah

Envision Utah is a nonprofit public-private partnership that helps regions engage the public and explore, analyze, and implement strategies to ensure long-term quality of life for Utahns. Envision Utah ultimately works to create and sustain communities that are beautiful, prosperous, healthy, and neighborly for current and future residents.

University of Utah, Metropolitan Research Center

The Metropolitan Research Center conducts basic and applied research on local, regional, national, and international metropolitan development patterns. The Center is located within the Department of City and Metropolitan Planning, a vibrant community of students and faculty concerned with exploring, researching, and effecting the planning and development of our cities and the larger built environment of our metropolitan regions.

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Westwide

Sonoran Institute

Sonoran Institute is a non-profit organization founded in 1990 that works across the rapidly changing West to conserve and restore natural and cultural assets and to promote better management of growth and change. The Institute's community-based approach emphasizes collaboration, civil dialogue, sound information, local knowledge, practical solutions, and big-picture thinking.

Western Lands and Communities — A Joint Venture of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Sonoran Institute

Western Lands and Communities is a partnership of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and Sonoran Institute focused on shaping growth, sustaining cities, protecting resources, and empowering communities in the Intermountain West. The joint venture addresses these challenges through research, tool development, demonstration projects, engaging policy makers, and education.

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