MFA Presents at Brownfield Conferences

Author: James J. Maul, RG, LHG Published: May 30, 2012

MFA will facilitate workshops on Integrated Planning for Cleanup and Redevelopment of Brownfield Properties at the Oregon Brownfield Conference in Portland and the Brownfields and Land Revitalization Conference in Spokane. These interactive workshops facilitated by Jim Darling and Michael Stringer engage participants in making decisions on real world case study brownfield projects.

MFA staff will also be featured in several presentations in the two conferences.

Jim Maul will speak on a panel discussion cleanup of contaminated sediments

Neil Alongi will present on cleanup projects on the Colville Indian Reservation

MFA has conducted several projects recently that contribute to the state of knowledge on brownfield planning and policy.

Please see the following references and contact Jim Darling or Jim Maul with any questions or comments.

Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization

Washington State Brownfield Policy Recommendations

Oregon Brownfield Policy Workshop Summary

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