The Future of Zoning Event

Free – Let’s Talk Zoning Event – Aug. 24 @ 4:30

The Future of Zoning Re-Connection Event Who:     Community planners, designers, advocates, and related. What:    Future of Zoning When:   Wednesday August 24th, 4:30pm Where:  Working Draft Brewing Company Why:      It’s super important! APA-WI, in collaboration with AARP, Congress for a New Urbanism – Wisconsin, and 1000 Friends of Wisconsin, is hosting a professional […]

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1000 Friends Joins WI Non-Driver Advisory Council

The WI Non-Driver Advisory Council held its first two meetings on June 17 & 18.  Recap provided by WisDOT: The purpose of this council is to increase coordination within state government for the varying programs that serve those who cannot or choose not to drive. The council’s membership includes state agencies, municipalities, nonprofits and […]

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We’re hiring a Transportation Policy Analyst

1000 Friends of Wisconsin is hiring a Transportation Policy Analyst. The analyst will plan and manage the organization’s transportation program that advocates for Wisconsin’s transportation and land use decision-making to reduce carbon emissions, provide equitable economic benefits and protect natural resources. The role’s main responsibilities are: Help develop legislative priorities and policies to reform Wisconsin’s transportation […]

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Regional Transportation Forum

Regional Transportation Forum – April 22

Advancing technology is disrupting transportation and redefining mobility. Our current transportation system is unsustainable and does not provide for the needs of all. Join us for a discussion of what will be needed for future transportation system that will be sustainable, economical and equatable.

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Building for the Birds

Evaluating impacts of subdivision designs on bird habitats

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.

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