CNU 19, Growing Local, Madison, WI
Please join us for our annual National Congress in Madison, Wisconsin
June 1-4, 2011
link to: CNU 19: Growing Local
CNU New England Sustainable Urbanism Summit New Haven, CT March 17th & 18th, 2011
The New England Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism is proud to be hosting the Sustainable Urbanism Summit on March 17 & 18 in New Haven, Connecticut. Throughout the chapter's history we have focused on improving the built and natural environment throughout New England. After many years of advocacy and design guidance, we recognize that NOW is a critical time for our region to work together to address our environmental and urban crisis. The Sustainable Urbanism Summit is an opportunity to inspire and connect a group of professionals, public servants, academics and citizens, who together can seed a larger campaign.
Join us for our third annual conference, this one focusing on the importance of nonmotorized transportation to our communities and local economies. Explore the economic impact of walkability, planning for nonmotorized transportation, transit-oriented development, ways to fund walkability and more.
NYS Public Infrastructure Act Sugar Loaf, NY Feb 10, 2011
Day long conference NYS Public Infrastructure
Details: www. occitizensfoundation.org
Tour Warwick Grove and New Homes by Marianne Cusato
Save the date, and join us the afternoon of Saturday June 5th for a tour of Warwick Grove, a new community developed by Leyland Alliance. Marianne Cusato will provide a tour of new small efficient homes within the community. Warwick Grove is located in historic Warwick, NY.Look here for further details in the coming days.
CNU 18 and CNU NY, NJ & PA Chapter Meet Up
Please join us for our annual Congress in Atlanta May 18-22, 2010
Chapter Meet Up: Friday, May 21, 2010 7:45 PM - 9:30 PM
Millennium Gate 395 17th Street, at State St. CNU New York and CNU New Jersey along with the Pennsylvania chapter organizing committee invite all chapter members to a party inside the Millennium Gate, a new Triumphal Arch and Atlanta city museum in the Atlantic Station development. Our co-hosts will be Rodney Cook, the Council for European Urbanism and the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment. Free food & cash bar. Take MARTA to Arts Center, ASAP+ (free shuttle bus) to 17th Street at Atlantic Drive, then walk one short block to 395 17th Street.