2011 - Applied Anthropology students, Elizabeth Tillman, Ryan Crowley, Jennifer Crowley, Jenna Oyler, Ernest Benkovski, Desiree Lamer, Michael Morrison, Lauren Marshall and Mara Kloss conducted research on Mckean/Warren counties capacity for developing geotourism economies. This research focused on Trail Town development, natural/historic resources, and services capacity. The students conducted townhall style public meetings in four towns within the counties to identify local support, resources, and capital. The final research project was presented at the Appalachian Teaching Project conference in Washington D.C. in December of 2011. This research provided background information to move forward with future development projects through the Appalachian Teaching Project program.