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GI 101: Strategic Conservation Planning Using a Green Infrastructure Approach

Date: 5/20/2013 - 5/24/2013

Type: Events

Location(s): West Virginia

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GI 101: Strategic Conservation Planning Using a Green Infrastructure Approach

May 20-May 24, 2013
National Conservation Training Center
Shepherdstown, WV

This 4.5 day introductory course provides participants with a strategic approach to prioritizing conservation opportunities and a planning framework for conservation and development - integrating the green and the gray.

Through hands-on class projects, lectures, and numerous case studies, participants will experience firsthand how the green infrastructure approach can be used to connect environmental, social, and economic health across urban, suburban, and rural settings. Participants will also learn how green infrastructure planning can serve as a tool to inform land use decisions and build consensus among diverse interests.

Course tuition: $850
Limited scholarship assistance available!
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