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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Feb 08, 2014-
Feb 08, 2014
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Moving the Southeast Greenway Forward: A Community Partnership
Moving the SE Greenway Forward
Sonoma,
Glaser Center, 547 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA
Event Description

 Program Highlights

• High Stakes for the Southeast Greenway - Learn why 2014 is a significant year and how we can move the project forward.

• Parks for People - Trudy Garber will present The Trust for Public Lands' innovative program that engages local communities in park design and stewarding, ensuring that parks reflect the unique character and needs of the community.

• Community Partnerships: New Models for Successful Parks and Open Spaces - A forum with leaders from the Sonoma County Agricultural Preservation and Open Space District, Sonoma County Regional Parks, Santa Rosa Recreations and Parks, and LandPaths.

Please RSVP by registering at Eventbrite for this FREE event, which is organized by the Southeast Greenway Campaign, and co-sponsored by ArchiLOGIX, TLCD, LandPaths, Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce, and the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy.
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The Southeast Greenway Campaign is a community effort to transform the vacant two-mile corridor connecting Spring Lake and Farmers Lane into a vibrant urban greenway that will serve as a strategic link in our regional non-motorized transportation system and improve our quality of life.
Visit http://www.SoutheastGreenway.org for more information, maps and background reports. Or email us.
Southeast Greenway Campaign, P.O. Box 9122, Santa Rosa, CA 95405

Fee: $0.00

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