CLC sponsors education and training programs on land use topics for municipal officials, volunteer boards, and community groups. These sessions are designed to equip communities with the information and skills needed to review, revise, and apply land use regulations and practices.
These trainings offer a way for members of local planning boards to meet their requirements for training. Past topics have ranged from how to incorporate biodiversity in land use planning decisions to presentations on groundwater, stormwater management, and green infrastructure.
Monday, September 29th , 2014 5:30pm
Woodlands, Wetlands, and Water: What Local Decision-makers Need to Know
Fellowship Hall, Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack
88 NY Route 9H, Claverack, NY 12513
Attend a workshop about Columbia County’s woodlands, wetlands, and water with a focus on how local government can play a role in conserving these resources. The event is open to the public, and is ideal for members of municipal boards, conservation advisory councils, as well as volunteers. Self-certification credits will be available for members of local boards.
Speakers: Laura Heady and Ingrid Haeckel of the Hudson River Estuary Program, and Marilyn Wyman of Cornell Cooperative Extension, Columbia & Greene Counties.
This training is co-sponsored by the Columbia Land Conservancy, the Hudson River Estuary Program, and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia & Greene Counties.
Registration is required. To register, please, click on CLC’s event page.
For information only about upcoming trainings, contact Christine Vanderlan at 518.392.5252, ext. 208 or email@example.com