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 conserve natural resources through land use regulations and practices. Past topics have ranged from stream management to planning for agriculture to the role of Conservation Advisory Councils (CACs).
Members of planning boards in New York State are required to complete four hours of training each year. CLC’s workshops offer the opportunity to fulfill this obligation while learning about tools and practices that are relevant to local communities.