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Community Builders Webinar Series

The Community Builders Webinar Series showcases the stories of people in the business of building stronger communities. We feature developers, planners, and community leaders who are at work creating complete neighborhoods, growing diverse economies, and protecting natural assets.

 

Upcoming Webinars

 

Info on upcoming webinars coming soon!

 

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coburnHousing in the West: Addressing Market Realities

John Koval, Coburn Development

Western landscapeUnder the Influence: How Policy Tilts the Land Use and Development Market

John Lavey, Jim Bacon, and Mark Runkle

Reconsidering the Curve title slideReconsidering the curve: A Small Town Rightsizing Story

Aaron Qualls, Sandpoint, Idaho

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RESTORE: Commercial and Mixed-Use Development Trends in the Rocky Mountain West

Jillian Sutherland, Sonoran Institute
Nick Kujawa, Kujawa Developments

Old Sawmill District Tree grateMissoula’s Old Sawmill District

Ed & Leslie Wetherbee, Old Sawmill District

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Small Town Comeback

Jesse Silverstein, Development Research Partners

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Joe Molinaro, National Association of Realtors
Joe Goode, American Strategies

Strong towns watercolorStrong Towns

Chuck Marohn, Strong Towns

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Directions in Federal, State, and Local Transportation Funding

Jim Charlier, Charlier Associates

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When Main Street is a State Highway

Jim Charlier & Vickie Jacobsen, Charlier Associates

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Downtown Starts Here

Lisa Harmon, Downtown Billings Alliance

parking signStrategic Parking Management

Jim Charlier & Vickie Jacobsen, Charlier Associates

Gold Dust from Street

Sustainable Communities for All

Andrea Davis, Executive Director, Homeword

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Transportation Performance Measures

Jim Charlier, AICP, President of Charlier Associates

not-your-fathers-transportation-system-compressed-1Not Your Father’s Transportation System: How Energy and Economics are Reshaping Transportation Priorities

Jim Charlier, AICP, President of Charlier Associates

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RESET: Assessing Future Housing Markets in the Rocky Mountain West

Clark Anderson, Western Colorado Program Director, Sonoran Institute
Andy Knudtsen, Principal, Economic and Planning Systems

Climbing photo for Selby webinarBuilding a Walkable Place: A Developer’s Framework for Getting it Done

Jed Selby, Co-founder and President of South Main Company, Buena Vista, Colorado

about-town-videoAbout Town with Joe Minicozzi

Joe Minicozzi, AICP, Urban-3 LLC, Asheville, North Carolina