2024 Washington Brownfield Workshops: Connecting the Dots – Renew. Reuse. Revitalize.
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2024 Washington Brownfield Workshops: Connecting the Dots – Renew. Reuse. Revitalize.

Tues, Sept 10, 2024; Wed, Sept 11, 2024; Thurs, Sept 12, 2024
Washington Department of Ecology’s Brownfields Program and the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR) will host three brownfield workshops in Washington this September. These workshops are designed for communities with populations less than 75,000 that want to explore end-use potential for their vacant and/or contaminated properties. You’ll hear practical information that helps you foster strategic partnerships between public and private entities and navigate the challenges of brownfield cleanup and redevelopment.

Lunch and a short walking tour included.

Select the link below and register by navigating to the “Get Tickets” button on the righthand side. You will be presented with the location and ticket type for each individual workshop. Choose the Workshop you’d like to attend and complete the registration.

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Workshop Details:

  1. Richland: September 10, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | Richland Community Center: 500 Amon Park Dr., Richland, WA 99352
  2. North Bend: September 11, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | North Bend City Hall: 920 SE Cedar Falls Way, North Bend, WA 98045
  3. Bremerton: September 12, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | Kitsap Conference Center: 100 Washington Ave., Bremerton, WA 98337 – Ferry schedules for direct transport from downtown Seattle to conference center: WA State Ferry or Kitsap Transit Fast Ferries

Attendees will walk away with valuable insights on technical assistance resources, funding avenues, and redevelopment strategies. You’ll have opportunities to hear directly from community leaders who have undergone the land reuse process, with opportunities to network and develop connections that inspire resilience and innovation.

Topics to be presented will include:

  • Brownfield resources and funding programs
  • Panel discussion and case studies
  • Overview of Washington’s cleanup process
  • Common challenges and strategies for redeveloping your brownfield
  • Site-specific Q&As
  • Representatives from communities of any size are welcome, but most content will focus on the needs of communities with populations less than 75,000.

What you’ll gain:

You’ll have the opportunity to gain valuable insights into technical assistance resources, funding avenues, and strategies from organizations such as Ecology, CCLR, and other sources. Learn lessons directly from communities that have successfully undergone the land reuse process. Connect with networks that will support and inspire your journey.

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