2010 Oregon Brownfields Conference & Awards Luncheon – April 6-7, 2010
The 2010 Oregon Brownfields Conference and Awards Luncheon will be an unparalleled learning and networking opportunity for brownfields practitioners, both novice and experienced. This two-day Conference is designed to provide attendees with the tools to understand brownfields redevelopment projects from start to finish, and the knowledge of how to find critical resources for each juncture of the redevelopment process. Along with concurrent work sessions that will dig deep into issues associated with building on a brownfield, outstanding brownfields projects will be recognized during The Third Oregon Brownfields Awards Program Luncheon scheduled for April 6, 2010.
Call for Nominations
Nominations of projects or individuals for recognition at The Third Oregon Brownfields Awards Program Luncheon ceremony are being accepted through February 15, 2010.
Who Should Attend
- New & long-time brownfield managers
- Local government & economic development staff
- Land developers, real estate agents, appraisers
- Environmental engineers, consultants, and remediation experts
- Financers, lawyers, and insurance providers
- Environmental regulators
- Property owners (public or private)
Early Bird (Ends March 1, 2010) & Regular Registration Fees
- $170 / $195 — Standard
- $150 / $175 — Government & Non-profit
- $75 / $100 — Academia
Scholarships to cover registration & lodging are available.
Become a Sponsor to provide critical support for the conference while taking advantage of a unique visibility opportunity. To discuss, contact Karen Homolac at 503-986-0191 or email@example.com.
Salem Conference Center
200 Commercial Street SE
Salem, OR 97301
For travel information to the Salem Conference Center, go to http://www.salemconferencecenter.org/
This conference is presented by:
- Center for Creative Land Recycling
- Business Oregon
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