Livable Regions and Communities in Appalachia: Cartersville Workshop

Posted on: May 16th, 2012 by Kathy Nothstine

On May 15, 2012, the Appalachian Regional Commission (http://www NULL.arc NULL.gov/index NULL.asp) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Sustainable Communities (http://www NULL.epa NULL.gov/smartgrowth/index NULL.htm), in partnership with the NADO Research Foundation, the Development District Association of Appalachia (http://www NULL.ddaa-ldd NULL.org/), and USDA Rural Development (http://www NULL.rurdev NULL.usda NULL.gov/Home NULL.html), convened a workshop in Cartersville, GA. It was the first of three workshops  planned in Appalachia in 2012. Click the links below to view the agenda and the presentations shared at this workshop.

Workshop Agenda (PDF)

Prosperous, Healthy, Vibrant Rural Regions and Communities (Kathy Nothstine) (PDF)

Livable Regions and Communities in Appalachia (Anne Keller) (PDF)

EPA Programs Supporting Livable and Sustainable Rural Communities (Ed Fendley) (PDF)

GroWNC (Joe McKinney) (PDF)

Greater Chattanooga Regional Growth Initiative (Beth Jones) (PDF)

Livable Centers Initiative (Amy Goodwin) (PDF)

Five Keys to Revitalizing Your Downtown (Cheryl Morgan) (PDF)

Leveraging and Integrating Resources in Rome (Ann Arnold) (PDF)

 

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