We regularly offer workshops, conferences, and webinars on various topics related to brownfield redevelopment. Check below for our list of upcoming events. Don't see an upcoming event in your area? Contact us about our custom training program. Some of our most popular events include:
Why stop with one brownfield site when you can redevelop several? Areawide planning is a strategy that communities across the country have successfully used to address multiple brownfields concurrently -- and not always in the context of an EPA Brownfields Areawide Planning Grant. In this webinar, learn how areawide planning can support your redevelopment goals: see how each community navigated the planning process, engaged residents and other stakeholders, and utilized creative approaches to funding and interim uses to turn local eyesores into assets.
Gentrification and displacement are critical topics for cities and neighborhoods, and for redevelopment, as well. CCLR is pleased to welcome Richard Rothstein, author of the 2017 book The Color of Law.
Improving environmental and human health outcomes in communities across the country is challenging under any circumstances. In the early part of the 21st Century this is particularly true given the economic, political, and social changes occurring. EPA’s Office of Community Revitalization has developed strategies and programs that assist communities’ efforts to take stock of their assets, identify visions for growth that supports a better environment and healthy living. Through this webinar you’ll hear how EPA collaborates with communities to grow their economies and improve the environment.
If you are a planner, environmental regulatory specialist, economic development manager, attorney, council member and/or owner of property that may be deemed a Brownfield, then this workshop is for you. This half day, free workshop will feature experts from local industry, legal, and local and state regulators who will provide updates on current regulations and funding options for turning that lemon into lemonade.
Join fellow redevelopment professionals and practitioners for comprehensive learning and extensive networking focused on solving challenges and creating opportunities for economic revitalization through land reuse.