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Sonoran Institute

The Sonoran Institute inspires and enables community decisions and public policies that respect the land and people of western North America. Facing rapid change, communities in the West value their natural and cultural resources, which support resilient environmental and economic systems. Founded in 1990, the Sonoran Institute helps communities conserve and restore those resources and manage growth and change through collaboration, civil dialogue, sound information, practical solutions and big-picture thinking. The Sonoran Institute is a nonprofit organization with offices in Tucson and Phoenix, Arizona; Bozeman, Montana; Glenwood Springs, Colorado; Sheridan, Wyoming and Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.


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Creative approaches to economic development: What it takes to attract and retain businesses in today's economy

Heather Anne Gutherless, AICP

Creative approaches to economic development: What it takes to attract and retain businesses in today's economy

Jocelyn Moore, AICP

Another well prepared and informative Sonoran Institute presentation.
Creative approaches to economic development: What it takes to attract and retain businesses in today's economy

Eva M. Krause, AICP

Most of the Community Builder lectures are really informative. Much better that APA webinars.
Creative approaches to economic development: What it takes to attract and retain businesses in today's economy

Laura Elam, AICP

Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

Lisa M. Ailport, AICP

Very good conversation! I enjoyed being inspired to understand this type of funding mechanism.
Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

John C. Shepard, AICP

An interesting update from a growing "small town" downtown, emphasizing both essential long-range vision and specific technical expertise in infrastructure, urban design and finance.
Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

Victoria C. Drummond, AICP

Excellent! It included a brief TIF tutorial that was helpful. It was also good that Chris showed these successes require planning and commitment - Bozeman is reaping the benefits now for planning that began in 1995.
Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

Jocelyn Moore, AICP

Excellent presentation on a complex topic. Downtown Bozeman is a shining example of urban planning.
Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

Jennifer E. Tomlinson, AICP

Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

E. Dustin Dunbar, AICP

Nice use of images, narrative. Interesting how this terrific tool was put into use and offer design/use that are BIG departures from Bozo's sensibilities. Love the re-use of the Armory. (Kudos to the sensitive implementation of 'urban renewal' in a community that once was so challenged as to object to installing a street tree in front of R. Evans Jewelers!?) Would appreciate a webinar on developing understanding & confidence about these renewal funding programs with elected officials/citizenry. THEY'RE the audience that needs to know.
Urban Renewal as a Catalyst for Private Investment

Donal R. Simpson, AICP

An excellent overview of TIF financing and how it was used to stimulate private investment in downtown Bozeman
Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Fred S. Marshall, AICP

Very well done
Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Lee H. Nellis, FAICP

Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Jocelyn Moore, AICP

Very informative session with great information on the value that business owners place on determining where to hang their shingles!
Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Amy L. Augustine, AICP

Excellent, especially the Q&A. Very relevant for planners and linking their efforts and those of economic development agencies!
Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

David Fogel, AICP

Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Jill Foster, AICP

Place Value - A Fresh Approach to Economic Development in the West

Mark Hofman, AICP

Very nice topic- useful to our conditions in Sun Valley
Planning in the West Webinars: Assessing Vulnerability and Risk to Climate Impacts

Kelli Sertich, AICP

Session was a quick overview of a couple of actual plans in process to address these issues.
Planning in the West Webinars: Assessing Vulnerability and Risk to Climate Impacts

Paul R. Tice II, AICP