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2019 Great Places In Washington Nominations Deadline Extended

 

Great Places in Washington Program

An awards program co-sponsored by the Washington Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA WA) and the Planning Association of Washington (PAW)

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Free Workshop Opportunity: Scaling Green Infrastructure Investment

Free Workshop Opportunity: Scaling Green Infrastructure Investment

 Earth Economics is offering a free training opportunity for U.S. municipalities that are ready to scale-up their green infrastructure efforts to enhance social, economic, and environmental sustainability. These one-day, interactive workshops are designed to grow the capacity of municipal and community leaders to effectively scale-up investment in and construction of bioswales, living roofs, and other green infrastructure assets to meet service-delivery targets, manage stormwater runoff, and tackle other issues.
Earth Economics' workshops build on its The Blueprint for Increased Investment in Green Infrastructure, which is based on ten months of extensive research, including practitioner interviews, literature review, process mapping, and econometric modeling. To access the Blueprint and apply to participate in an urban GI workshop, visit this link: http://www.eartheconomics.org/urbangi.

Team Chosen to Create a Graphic Novel about Planning in Washington

UPDATE: Team Chosen to Create a Graphic Novel about Planning in Washington

By Gwen Rousseau, AICP, co-Chair of the Youth in Planning Taskforce

The Youth in Planning Taskforce recently selected the team of Gabrielle Lyon, Devin Mawdsley and Kayce Bayer, the creators of No Small Plans, to produce a graphic novel about planning in Washington state featuring youth as change agents in their communities.

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AICP Exam Study Prep Event - April 14

The Chapter will offer its annual AICP Exam Prep session on Saturday, April 14th, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the South Seattle College (West Seattle). Learn more and register today