Community Partnership Landing Page Content

Congratulations on your successful application to become a Sustainable Community Partner of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.

Your participation in this program demonstrates your commitment to the sustainable tourism principles of Geotourism, as well as your interest in celebrating and showcasing your community’s connection to the Lewis and Clark expedition. We are glad that you have taken this step to work with us to help promote cultural and heritage tourism in your community and look forward to a productive and positive partnership.

As a first step, please complete the form below. The content you share with us will be used to develop a landing page on this website about your community. As you complete this form, bear in mind that the audience for this content will be travelers who are planning a trip along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, and are looking for information about places to visit along the way. You should use this as an opportunity to promote your community in positive terms and highlight the reasons why a tourist should plan a visit. You may choose to work with the person or people responsible for tourism marketing in your community to make sure that this content aligns with your broader destination marketing strategy.

The content you share here may be edited for grammar, brevity, or to align with the tone and voice of the rest of the site. However every effort will be made to faithfully reflect the spirit of what you share with us. You will have the ability to request edits to this content at any time.

If you have any questions as you complete this form, please contact info@lewisandclark.travel.

Community Landing Page Content

  • In one or two paragraphs, describe what makes your community a special place to visit.
  • Briefly describe how visitors may experience your community's connection to Lewis and Clark. Are there any plaques or monuments to the Expedition? Are there any places where Lewis and Clark are known to have visited in the community?
  • In one or two paragraphs, describe any important annual events or special times of year to visit the community.
  • In one or two paragraphs, describe some of the fun outdoor activities available in or near your community.
  • In one or two paragraphs, describe any sites, attractions, festivals, or businesses that celebrate history, culture, or the arts in your community.
  • Is there a point of contact who travelers can contact for more information about visiting your community?
  • Please provide your email address. We will contact you at this email only if we have any questions about the content you shared. This email address will not be made public.