The Heartland Center for Leadership Development is an
independent, nonprofit organization developing local leadership
that responds to the
challenges of the future of small towns and rural communities.
* Research and Evaluation of small towns and rural communities.
* Training through interactive workshops and webinars.
* Facilitation of community planning processes.
* Compiling Information into useful and practical publications for widespread use.
Over the next two years, the Heartland Center will be celebrating its 30th anniversary with two significant events. We returned to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, in October, 2016 for our annual institute that was a resounding success. In 2017, we are publishing the 4th edition of our book, Clues to Rural Community Survival. Keep an eye on your inbox for details about these two exciting events.
Our very own Milan Wall, Co-Director and founder of the Heartland Center was recently selected as an Inaugural fellow at Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska. Check out Milan's introductory video.
Meet the rest of the RFI fellows.