Announcing the 2019 C. Lowell Harriss Dissertation Fellowship Program.
The American Planning Association – Maryland Chapter announces its Call for Session Proposals for the 2019 Biennial Planning Conference, which will be held October 6 through 8 at the Rocky Gap Resort & Casino, in Cumberland, Maryland. We hope you will be inspired by this year’s theme: Negotiating Change – Balancing Development, Climate Change, and Preservation in Maryland.
Join MEDA for a one-day training that has been created to provide participants with an introduction and overview of how Maryland practices economic development. Course attendees will quickly develop a network of resources and link people and faces, all while building camaraderie among participants to further Maryland’s economic development team.
Did you know that Maryland's Eastern Shore is the 3rd most susceptible region to sea level rise in the entire nation?! Come participate in an interactive discussion of how changing climate and rising sea levels will affect our lives here on the Shore, and what we can do as individuals and as a community to prepare and adapt.
The Fábos Conference is held every 3 years to bring together experts who are influencing landscape and greenway planning, design, and policy-making, from the local to the international level.
Fittingly held at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club with the bridge as a backdrop, ESLC’s 19th Annual Planning Conference will stimulate conversation around ways to minimize congestion today and explore long-term infrastructure solutions for the future.
“Winds of Change” will focus on the changes being seen at every level of government and constituent services and how counties are harnessing that momentum for the good of all Marylanders. From the digital revolution of service delivery and communication to the always evolving threats to public safety, county governments need to be on the cutting edge of these changing times to meet the needs of their residents. Topics will include transforming approaches to economic trends, climate change, land use, millennials in the workforce, and education, among many others.
Mark your calendar and join us on August 14-17, 2019 to discuss “Winds of Change.”
Learn more about MACo's Summer Conference:
Speaker RFP - proposals are due on April 15, 2019
Exhibitor and Sponsor Registration - currently only open to MACo Corporate Partners and 2018 Exhibitors and Sponsors.
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We rejoice that many cities now are becoming more healthy, by making great improvements in sociable, walkable, and bike-friendly streets, public transit, fine-grained mixed use, high density, human scale housing, and access to community places, nature and healthy food. At this conference we are looking to present the best models around the world in presentations and in the design competition.