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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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FEBRUARY: 

Community Partnerships – Examples from Downtown Durango

Featuring Tim Walsworth, Executive Director, Durango Business Improvement District

Wednesday, February 24th, noon-1PM Mountain Standard Time

In this webinar, Tim Walsworth, Executive Director of the Durango Business Improvement District (BID) will share insight into how key partnerships can be leveraged to make your community better. With limited time and resources, the Durango BID has been creative in working with a wide range of local groups and organizations to achieve shared goals. Join us to find out more about how community partnerships can help your community become more effective in terms of how it serves visitors, locals, and businesses.

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Eligible for 1AICP CM credit from the American Planning Association, event #9012740. Attendance certificates available upon request.

MSU_WTI_ID_VertThis webinar is underwritten by the Small Urban and Rural Livability Center at Montana State University’s Western Transportation Institute.

We thank them for their support!

 


MARCH: 

Cities Building Community Wealth

Featuring Sarah McKinley, Manager, Community Development Programs, Democracy Collaborative

Wednesday, March 16th, noon-1PM Mountain Standard Time

Details Coming Soon!

REGISTER HERE

Eligible for 1AICP CM credit from the American Planning Association, pending APA approval. Attendance certificates available upon request.

MSU_WTI_ID_VertThis webinar is underwritten by the Small Urban and Rural Livability Center at Montana State University’s Western Transportation Institute.

We thank them for their support!

 


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