New Hampshire Planners Association

Events and Programs

                                          


Upcoming events

    • 20 Oct 2017
    • 21 Oct 2017
    • Portsmouth

    The theme of this conference is A Resilient New England in a broad community context. 

     

    CONFERENCE PRESENTERS

     

    Jennifer Atlee, Principal AtleeResearch: A Just and Regenerative Approach to Resilience

     

    Lindsay Brugger AIA:  Resilient to What?  Adapting practice to meet resilience goals

     

    Alex Wilson, Resilient Design Institute:  Resilient Design:  Speeding the Transition to Sustainability

     

    Dr. S. Atyia Martin, Chief Resilience Office, City of Boston:  Resilient Boston, An Equitable and Connected City

     

    Emily Grandstaff-Rice, FAIA:  Perspectives on Resilience

     

     

    The organizing committee for the conference believes that New England planners will be interesting in attending this event.

     

    Please look at the conference website and promote it to your colleagues and constituents.

     

    www.aianewenglandconference.org

     

    • 03 Nov 2017
    • 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Old Town Hall 45 Summer St. Bristol, NH
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    This will be a half day event with NHPA business meeting, lunch, and professional development.


    Meeting attendees will hear from Bristol town staff regarding recent planning successes.


    Bristol is only 35 minutes from Concord, 50 minutes from Manchester, 60 minutes from Nashua, and 90 minutes from the Seacoast, Keene, or North Conway.


    • 08 Nov 2017
    • 5:00 PM
    • The Red Blazer 72 Manchester St. Concord, NH

    "Transitioning from Grey to Green Infrastructure"

     

    Location: The Red Blazer, 72 Manchester St., Concord, NH

     

    The Granite State Landscape Architects (GSLA) would like to invite our members and associated professionals to join us on November 8th @ 5 PM for our last dinner reception of the year. Registration for the event is available at the link below:

    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=KABEPZSFLL664

     

    This lively presentation by Steve Whitman will feature the ongoing paradigm shift from traditional grey infrastructure to more innovative and ecological green infrastructure systems. Given the spectrum of green infrastructure definitions and potential solutions, it is often confusing to municipalities and developers alike.  Steve will present the concept of Ecosystem Services as a tool for making sense of it all! Please join us for a conversation about how landscape architects and allied professionals can assist in this shift and generate ecologically robust and resilient systems that support the built environment

     

    Speaker Bio:

    Steve Whitman is a professional planner and educator based in Plymouth, New Hampshire. As the founder and principal of Resilience Planning & Design Steve’s consulting and academic work is focused largely on community planning and sustainability related issues. Steve is a certified permaculture teacher and is also an adjunct faculty member at Plymouth State University and Colby Sawyer College. Steve frequently teaches courses in the US and internationally in environmental planning, community planning, permaculture, natural building and sustainability. Currently, Steve is working on a doctoral degree in education and his research focus is on municipal green infrastructure planning. Steve is a volunteer on two municipal boards in Plymouth and participates in a wide range of grassroots efforts that promote community resilience

     

Past events

20 Oct 2017 Green Infrastructure & Brownfields Bootcamp
15 Sep 2017 NHPA Law Webinar & Legislative Update
31 Jul 2017 Gundalow to benefit Jeff Taylor Bean Pots to Bell Towers Fund
22 Jun 2017 Guiding NH to Smart Solar Siting
15 Jun 2017 "Emergency" Planner Therapy
05 Jun 2017 2017 NHPA Conference
02 Jun 2017 Webinar: Planning and Financing Successful Public-Private Partnerships: The National Development Council Model
25 May 2017 Understanding Cities Through the Sound
18 May 2017 NHDES 2017 Drinking Water Source Protection Conference
23 Mar 2017 Planner Therapy
10 Mar 2017 NHPA Ski Day
07 Dec 2016 Ethics and the Digital World Webinar
02 Dec 2016 NHPA Annual Meeting
08 Sep 2016 NNECAPA 2016
16 Jul 2016 If/Then
29 Jun 2016 NHPA Legal Workshop and Webinar: The A to Z of This Year's Legislation Double Session
11 May 2016 Translating the Plan Into Implementation Webinar
06 May 2016 NHPA Annual Spring Conference
04 Mar 2016 NHPA Winter Ski Retreat
12 Nov 2015 NHPA Annual Meeting 2015
09 Nov 2015 Free Presentation! Jeff Speck at NHIA
01 Oct 2015 2015 NNECAPA Conference
29 Sep 2015 Stormwater Solutions
20 Aug 2015 Environmental Brownbag Training -- Making Old Systems New Again: Strategic Planning and Infrastructure Changes to Protect Water Resources in NH
01 Jul 2015 Webinar Mini-Marathon
10 Jun 2015 Getting There
10 Jun 2015 NH Emergency Preparedness Conference
05 Jun 2015 Annual Conference
26 Mar 2015 Really Fast Planning Talks
23 Jan 2015 Book Club
21 Jan 2015 Safe Mobility Planning Webinar
16 Jan 2015 Bridges Out of Poverty Strategies for Professional & Communities: One Day Workshop
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