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Brownfields to Healthfields
 
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Did you know that contaminated properties can be transformed into assets that increase community health? Learn more about the trend of transforming brownfields into healthfields with this new CCLR video, featuring a case study of the City of Phoenix, AZ. Thank you very much to George Brewster and Alison Russell for their generous support for this video!
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Center for Creative Land Recycling: About Us
 
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The Center for Creative Land Recycling is the leading national nonprofit dedicated to transforming communities through land recycling. We help transformations happen by educating and convening communities, government agencies and the private sector to create optimal conditions for reinvestment. Thank you very much to George Brewster and Alison Russell for their generous support for this video!
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New Economy Techniques to Reduce Risk and Catalyze Rural and Small Town Redevelopment
 
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Rural areas, declining small towns, and isolated neighborhoods within cities can all be challenging places to launch a redevelopment project. Due to stagnating economic conditions, the risk of investing in a redevelopment project can be very high. And yet, these neighborhoods are often the ones that need an economic boost or property facelift the most. Are rural areas, small towns, and isolated neighborhoods destined to decay, or to wait until the market changes (which may never happen)? In such situations, thinkers like E.F. Schumacher, (Small is Beautiful) encourage us to avoid common best practices for land reuse and to think smaller and more locally to build the necessary momentum for revitalization. Using a suite of techniques known as "New Economy" strategies, developers can begin to think differently about how to mitigate the risks associated with projects in areas that are otherwise unlikely to be developed. With only a few small changes to how we think about land reuse in rural areas, it is possible to generate organic momentum around traditional and non-traditional projects. The webinar will feature examples and brief case studies from the field, as well as a Q&A session following the presentation. For those who can’t attend the live session, we’ll provide a recording. Speakers: Michael Fortunato | Creative Insight Community Development Bruce Balfour | Creative Insight Community Development
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Opportunity Zones   Spurring Brownfields Revitalization With the New Tax Law
 
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Opportunity Zones provide a critical economic tool to cities interested in brownfields redevelopment. Join local government leaders nationwide on a webinar describing how communities can take advantage of the new tax law to spur economic investment in low-income communities. The bill includes a provision that enables governors to designate “Opportunity Zones” where investors will receive tax benefits in exchange for private investment in vulnerable and underserved areas. The new tax incentive will help communities attract developers and financial capital to corridors impacted with contaminated properties. Speakers: Blase Leven | Kansas State University Andrew Seth | Sustainable Strategies DC Maurice Jones | City of Dubuque, IA Jane Campbell | National Development Council
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Put a Beer on It! Brownfields to Brewfields Redevelopment
 
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Hops, Barley, Water and Contamination... You've heard about brownfields, but do you know about brewfields? Local and national brewing companies are setting up shop on top of redeveloped brownfields. From EPA to IPA, come hear from experts about successful projects in North Carolina, Virginia and Idaho and what it took to open the brewery door. Speakers: Sarah Fraser | New Belgium Brewing Dave McCormack | Waukeshaw Development Meade Anderson | Virginia Department of Environmental Quality Steve Gill | Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
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New Riffs on TIFs  Lessons in Innovative Financing from Detroit
 
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Detroit, Michigan has been using Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for 40 years to finance the redevelopment of a variety of properties and spur economic development across the city. Despite the use of this powerful tool and a local economy on the rebound, the redevelopment of many iconic buildings and properties in Detroit has not been economically viable. Learn how the City of Detroit and Bedrock Detroit/Quicken Loans have addressed these barriers by working to “supercharge” TIF and maintain a robust public process to create transformational redevelopment projects for the City of Detroit and the State of Michigan. Speakers: Brian Vosburg | Detroit Economic Growth Corporation Jared Fleisher | Quicken Loans RJ Wolney | Bedrock
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Writers of the Best ARC
 
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Another year, another crop of successful grantees. Get a head start on the ARC grant application period, and understand how the BUILD Act may change the guidelines. Hear what our speakers have learned from their crusades on ARC grant applications, and receive grant writing advice from expert grant writers from around the country!
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Part II   Dig It  Models and Recent Changes for Reusing Soil in the US
 
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Redevelopment sites throughout the U.S. are confronted by how to manage excess soils, presenting challenges in terms of contamination, project timing, staging areas, liability protection, and more. Learn about different approaches that governments around the country have developed to respond to this challenge, and what the future could hold. Speakers: Martha Faust | Minnesota Brownfields Dan Walsh | NYC Mayor’s Office of Environmental Remediation Kevin McCarty | GEI Consultants Amy Hadiaris | MN Pollution Control Agency Brooke Furio & David Emerman | U.S. EPA , Ohio EPA
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