Water resources. Sustainable zoning and development. Vacant properties. Advanced training on big topics, coming this fall from APA’s Planners Training Service.

American Planning Association

This fall APA's Planners Training Service offers a trio of two-day workshops in Chicago on three essential planning challenges: water resources, sustainable zoning and development, and vacant properties. Take in one, two, or all three workshops and leave with fresh ideas, proven solutions, and a whole new outlook on the challenges ahead for your community. Each workshop CM | 14

  • Water Resources: Best Practices for Planners | November 4-5

Delve into water management with seasoned practitioner Paul Brown, AICP; green-design expert L. Peter MacDonagh; U.S. EPA stormwater specialist Bob Newport; and Juli Beth Hinds, AICP, past chair of APA's Environment, Natural Resources and Energy Division. Learn more >

  • Sustainable Zoning and Development Controls | November 6-7

See what's happening in sustainable development with Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute cofounder Chris Duerksen; past APA president Jim Duncan, FAICP; and city planner and land-use lawyer Craig Richardson. Learn more>

  • Tackling the Challenges of Vacant Properties | November 8-9

Turn vacancies into opportunities with "Cities in Transition" authors Alan Mallach, FAICP, and Joseph Schilling, along with Terry Schwarz, AICP, who launched the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative's Shrinking Cities Institute. Learn more>

Register now!

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October 7, 2013 - 1:09pm
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