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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.

Underwrite our Webinar Series in 2016!

Our webinars reach hundreds of people each month, including top professionals in the real estate and economic development sectors. Your support will be a first step in building relationships with our audience and creating stronger communities. For more information, contact Alison Berry.


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Upcoming Webinars

JULY

Creating Great Places, One Main Street at a Time

Wednesday, July 27, noon-1PM Mountain Daylight Time

In this webinar, Matt Wagner from the National Main Streets Center will share insight into their work with main street organizations around the U.S. He will provide background on the main street movement and discuss current trends that are affecting main streets nationally.

We will also be joined by Shay Coburn, Coordinator for the Colorado Main Streets Program, who will provide detail about how state- and local- level organizations partner with the National Main Streets Center to creategreat places in their communities. In addition, she will provide a brief preview of a project in partnership with Community Builders, focusing on the issue of when Main Street is a state highway. Join us to learn more!

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Eligible for 1 AICP CM credit event #9106844, pending approval from the American Planning Association. Certificates of attendance available upon request.

AUGUST

Community Land Trusts: A Tool for Comprehensive Development

Wednesday, August 10, noon-1PM Mountain Daylight Time

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Community land trusts are a flexible tool for communities struggling with issues of housing and affordability. This webinar will define the “classic” community land trust, as well as describe common variations on the model. We will discuss the key organizational and operational elements that make CLTs unique and share thoughts on how a community land trust can benefit a range of communities.

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Eligible for 1 AICP CM credit event #9106783, pending approval from the American Planning Association. Certificates of attendance available upon request.


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