As one of the fastest-growing regions of the country, the communities of the intermountain West are poised to lead the nation in many ways, including how we manage change, create communities, and foster local places that contribute to a very high quality of life by nurturing and valuing the natural assets that make this region so special. This essay will reflect on how development patterns in the region have shifted over time. This essay will also ponder some potential emerging trends and areas of focus for the future, in the hopes that future scholars, students, and practitioners will build on his important legacy.
"Land Use Trends in the Rocky Mountain West: The Role of the Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute,"
Journal of Comparative Urban Law and Policy: Vol. 5
, Article 28, 350-362.
Available at: https://readingroom.law.gsu.edu/jculp/vol5/iss1/28