Upcoming Tribal Conference Sponsored by MFA

Author: Jim Darling Published: January 9, 2013

MFA will be presenting at a Tribal Conference focused on master planning for sustainable development in Indian Country on January 17th at the Swinomish Casino. This conference is intended for tribal leaders and staff, development organizations, students and finance personnel. Attendees will participate in a hypothetical scenario to develop real-world strategies for property development. Each group will be guided by a panel of experts with knowledge in site development, engineering, property law, land use, landscape architecture, and finance.

MFA, along with RMC Architects, Northwest Indian College, Buffalo Design, Planning Association of Washington, Cooper Zietz Engineers, and Thurston First Bank, are sponsoring this 2013 boot camp.

For more information, please contact Jim Darling.

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