PARTNERS, PRACTICES & POSSIBILITIES FORUM: Planning for a Resilient Rural Connecticut
Thursday, June 15, 2017
2:11 p.m. - 2:11 p.m. EDT
Killingworth, CT, United States
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An education forum on the practices and potential uses of new economic ideas for rural growth, land use planning, and agriculture economics; this forum provides planners with information on new handheld and mapped soil testing technology provided by NRCS for use in both rural and urban areas prior to use for agriculture or recreation. Also speakers will provide education on new innovation ideas for sustainable and cooperative economic growth in rural areas of Connecticut through regional cooperation. Another speaker will highlight creative management of preserved open space to create a regional recreation corridor and provide planners with analysis of the process to duplicate this effort in their communities or region. Additional information will cover riparian corridors and water quality, watershed management for planners and the dynamic planning and conservation relationship between urban and rural communities.
Jeanne Davies, firstname.lastname@example.org