Watch the 6th Webinar in the Series – Resilient Cities are for the Birds! Join us on July 20th for a presentation that will demonstrate ways that we can make our built forms more friendly to birds, including legislation, architectural design, vegetation features, and more. Along the way we’ll note the symbiotic relationship this approach […]Read more about "Webinar 6: Resilient Cities are for the Birds! – watch the recording"
Celebrating 25 Years! We’re excited to share our 25th Anniversary celebration with you! Take a look at what your support over the past 25 years has meant to us and the state of Wisconsin. View the timeline to see what we’ve accomplished in the last ¼ century Meet our staff and learn more about our […]Read more about "Celebrating 25 Years!"
View the Citizen’s GuideRead more about "A Citizens’ Guide to Land Use in Wisconsin"
Please join the Community Planning and Zoning Community of Practice for a free webinar on Thursday, May 3 at 12 pm. Evaluating impacts of subdivision designs on bird habitats by Mark Hostetler, University of Florida, introduces participants to a new online evaluation tool that evaluates impacts of landscape/subdivision designs on bird habitats. The goal of the “Building for Birds” online tool is to provide decision-makers with a way to evaluate different development scenarios and how they affect habitat for different species of forest birds that use fragmented areas.Read more about "Evaluating impacts of subdivision designs on bird habitats"
In just one lifetime, world population has nearly quadrupled. All of us want to eat well. If current consumption trends continue, the world will need 50-100% more food by the time today’s children reach middle age. That will put more pressure on land and water resources.Read more about "Food for Thought"
Comprehensive Planning Law Repeal Advances. SB 266 (Smart Growth Repeal bill) voted out of committee!Read more about "Comprehensive Planning Law Repeal Advances"