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:

  • Brownfields 101: A full-day workshop that covers the range of specialized knowledge and skills needed to bring brownfields projects in on-time and on-budget. We find local experts in redevelopment to share their stories and knowledge, giving you the tools you need for your own projects.
  • Meet the Funders: A half-day workshop bringing in state, federal, and nonprofit agencies with funding for redevelopment to discuss their programs. This workshop provides a great opportunity to ask questions directly to the agency representatives, and is often a great fit for rural or small communities
  • Custom Trainings: The workshop curriculum, tailored to meet your organization's specific needs, covers site assessment, environmental cleanup and remediation, negotiation, and risk management.

Upcoming Workshops

California Land Recycling Conference 2020

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Register Today -- California Land Recycling Conference
Communities Rising: Funding, Resilience, and Economic Recovery Through Land Reuse

The California Land Recycling Conference 2020 (CALRC 2020) is an invaluable virtual gathering that brings together leaders who are working to build community resilience through brownfield remediation and land recycling. Using a mixed media approach of recorded speakers, live panel discussions, and customized breakout sessions, the conference is focused on the most relevant topics in funding, housing, regulatory frameworks, and technical guidance to help our region spark economic recovery through strategic land reuse.
The CALRC 2020 will be relevant and thought-provoking. Our goal is to go far beyond a series of technical webinars and to cultivate excitement and innovation of thought among attendees. The virtual format attracts a larger audience than an in-person conference, reaching every coroner of the state, and the digital library and networking platform provide continued learning and collaboration opportunities beyond the conference. We believe the format and content will break through the digital noise we are all experiencing during shelter-in-place and support momentum in brownfields and land reuse work.
The sessions will be timely and contextual. What does land reuse mean in the time of COVID-19? What funding mechanisms work in the emerging economy? How does the housing crisis interact with surging community needs? What solution-driven projects have the best chance of success for recovery and resilient communities?

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