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2012 Conservation Development Symposium
Thursday, May 10, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CDT)
Creating Sustainable Communities in North Texas
Using innovative land development design principles to preserve
natural resources & provide open space.
Join the Upper Trinity Conservation Trust and the University of North Texas on May 10 for the 2012 Conservation Development Symposium. This full day Symposium will focus on designing residential developments that preserve natural resources and creates open space - - while enhancing the quality of life in our neighborhoods and communities. Using conservation development design principles can help lessen environmental impacts and provide lower infrastructure costs.
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To view the complete Program Description, click HERE.
Registration Fee is $75.00*
* Includes all conference materials, continental breakfast and lunch.
CEUs and CMs are available.
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM Continental Breakfast & Registration
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM 2012 Conservation Development Symposium
3:00 PM to 5:30 PM Tour of Local Developments (Optional)
Mr. Randall Arendt
Along with our many notable speakers, Mr. Randall Arendt will be the keynote speaker for this year's symposium. Mr. Arendt is a nationally known planner, author and advocate of "conservation planning", and has designed several developments within the North Texas region.
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Tour of Local Developments Available
As part of the Symposium, tours will be available of two local "conservation development" projects - - also illustrating open space / riparian corridor / watershed protection principles.
The guided tours will include representatives from the respective developments to discuss design features, benefits, concepts and results. Transportation will be provided for each tour, and will return by 5:30 PM. Please register for one of the tours if you're interested in participating.
For more information or questions about the Symposium, please contact Jason Pierce at 972-219-1228.
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