Have you ever wondered what makes Oregon such a special place to live? Join Thrive Hood River for a webinar with guest speaker Greg Holmes on Oregon’s unique land use planning system and how it works to preserve wild places and farmland, foster livable cities and rural areas, and prevent urban sprawl. Learn more about the history, processes, and goals of Oregon’s land use program, which is core to Thrive Hood River’s work.
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Oregon Land Use 101 Webinar
What: Land Use 101 Workshop
When: Tuesday, October 12th 5:30-6:30 pm
Where: Online webinar, register here for zoom link
Greg Holmes is the Food Systems Program Director and Southern Oregon Advocate of 1000 Friends of Oregon since 2002 and coordinates their statewide Food Systems Program, working with farmers and other partners to build equitable and sustainable food systems throughout Oregon. Greg holds a Masters degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon. Prior to joining 1000 Friends, Greg spent more than 15 years in the energy policy field, including ratepayer advocacy and helping clients identify energy efficiency investment strategies. He has also done transportation advocacy work and has served as a board member or consultant to several nonprofit organizations.
October 12 2021