California Land Recycling Conference 2022
Reuse, Rebuild, Revitalize
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Hosted by the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), U.S. EPA Region 9, and the CA Department of Toxic Substances Control’s (DTSC) Office of Brownfields, the California Land Recycling Conference is the premier event for professionals working on land reuse. Focusing on the most timely issues both unique to California and resonating with the national big-picture, the Conference is an innovative space for learning and connecting.
Attendees will hear about the wide array of funding, resources, and peer learning opportunities that are available to support them on their land reuse journey. If you are looking to build your community’s capacity for land reuse or want to prepare for the influx of funding, CALRC is the event of the year!
We’re thrilled to announce that we are back in person this year with a full lineup of timely and trending land reuse topics, from Interagency Collaboration to vapor intrusion. Because in this redevelopment renaissance, centering equity, health, and science is not just best-practice – it’s essential to success. Come reuse, rebuild, and revitalize! Join us June 21-23, 2022 in Carson, CA.
COVID Protocols, Meals, Parking & Accommodation Information
- Public Entity – Regular: $275
- Private Entity – Regular: $425
- Student – Regular: $125
Register Now for Brownfield Karaoke
Whether you want to sing your heart out solo or sing along with the group, Brownfield Karaoke is for all. Our catalog of land reuse-inspired songs pulls from every era and every genre; we guarantee you’ll find a song to suit your mood. Check out the killer set list here and get amped!
This social event is restricted to 60 attendees so don’t delay! Register for FREE now – we guarantee you don’t want to miss this.
CALRC is AICP Certified
This event is accredited through Smart Growth America. AICP-certified planners who attend the conference can receive up to 10 certification maintenance (CM) credits. APA CM #9248269. To learn more and view all APA accredited events visit www.planning.org/online-
CALRC Pre-Conference: Registration & Networking
Registration, Networking, and Lunch
Welcome Keynote - Meredith Williams, Director, DTSC
Show Me the Money: Representatives from federal and state agencies will address historic investment in brownfields.
Mitigating Confusion on Vapor Intrusion: Empirical Attenuation Factor Sensitivity Analysis and Approaches to Improve Vapor Intrusion Screening at Redevelopment Sites
Art and Inspiration Walk: Poster Session and “Capture Transformation: 2022 Land Reuse” Photo Contest.
From Interim to Reuse: Creative Placemaking and Brownfields
Mitigating Confusion on Vapor Intrusion Office Hours and Extended Q&A with DTSC
Breakfast and Networking
Morning Plenary - Women Visionaries
Real Talk: Redevelopment without Displacement
Stacked or Stuck: Layering Funding for Redevelopment Success
Cleaning Up Without Being Cleaned Out – Navigating Dry-Cleaning Sites Through the Environmental Process
CEQA-stered and CAPped?: Unleashing sustainable development: How can CEQA and CAPs facilitate brownfield reuse vs working against reuse?
Lunch and Networking
Going Green: Connecting Sustainability with Remediation Success
Small is Bountiful - Tribal, Rural, and Small Communities Redevelopment
Equitable Engagement: Culturally Informed Pathways in Brownfield Revitalization
Afternoon Plenary - P3 to the Brownfield Reuse Rescue: What does a Public Private Partnership in sustainable brownfields reuse look like?
Art and Inspiration Walk: Poster Session
Disrupting Tends and Trends? As real estate markets restructure, can communities pivot to sustainability and equity.
Breakfast and Networking
Morning Plenary Against the Odds: Landfills, Oil Wells and Superfund Sites, and more
Silos, Roadblocks & Speedbumps: Creating Bridges with Brownfields Resources
Workforce Development: Creating Partnerships to Build Change
Closing Keynote – Dr. Manuel Pastor
Distinguished Professor, Sociology/American Studies & Ethnicity; Turpanjian Chair in Civil Society and Social Change; Director, USC Equity Research Institute
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
- EKI Environment and Water
- Geosyntec Consultants
- GSI Environmental
- SCS Engineers
- Capitol Environmental Services, Inc
- Group Delta
- Beneficial State Bank
- Historical Information Gatherers
- Roux, Inc.
- TSI, Inc.
Join them in supporting CALRC! See our sponsorship offerings.
801 E Carson St, Carson, CA 90745