Destination Management

Oregon has had a long history of being sustainability pioneers, from the passing of one of the nation’s first comprehensive bottle bills and recycling programs, to progressive land use laws, to developing one of the most diverse transportation systems in the United States – Oregon has been at the forefront of protecting and preserving our natural and human capital. Now, Travel Oregon invites you to help make our state a better place to live and travel  by participating in stronger destination management.

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Sustainable Travel Network

  1. Join Travel Oregon And SOLVE For Valentine’s Day River Cleanup

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Feb. 2, 2017— The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, and SOLVE are celebrating Oregon’s 158th birthday…

  2. Sustainable Tourism Development Update – August 2016

    In this issue: Grant’s Getaways Highlights Travel Oregon Forever Fund Projects Northwest Navigator’s Tim Patterson Named April eRating Driver of…

  3. Grant Funding Available Through Federal Lands Access Program

    Are you involved in any large projects that access or are on federal land in Oregon? The call for proposals…

  4. Sustainable Tourism Development Update – April 2016

    In this issue: Travel Oregon Forever Fund Beneficiaries Announced Grant’s Getaways Highlights Travel Oregon Forever Fund Projects Cash Incentives Offered…

  5. National Geographic Honors Travel Oregon

    Travel Oregon finished as a finalist for the Destination Leadership category of the prestigious National Geographic World Legacy Awards presented earlier this month at…

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If you have additional questions or comments about Destination Management, please contact the appropriate member of the Travel Oregon staff listed below.

  1. Andrew Grossmann
  2. Kristin Dahl