SAVE THE DATE! AUGUST 5-8, 2018
TRIBAL PLANNING AND WESTERN PLANNING RESOURCES CONFERENCE
FORT HALL, IDAHO
Shoshone-Bannock Hotel and Event Center, I-15 EXIT 80, Ft. Hall Indian Reservation, Idaho (The conference will be held on Tribal lands, and more specifically right on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, Idaho, home of the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes.)
Tribal Planning on Indian Lands, Federal Lands Planning, Federal Indian Law, Tribal Transportation Planning, Tribal Tourism for Indian
Country, Tribal Comprehensive Planning, Land Use Planning and Zoning, Tribal Planning Best Practices, Poster Board Presentations, Economic Development, State and Local Government interaction regarding planning.
The Tribal Planning Interest Group of APA, The American Planning Association, and the Western Planning Resources/The Western Planner
Call for Speakers and Presentations
The Western Planner co‐hosts an annual gathering of planning professionals and experts to share and learn on a wide range of topics impacting communities in the 13 Western Planner states. This year, the Tribal Planning and Indigenous Interest Group of APA has teamed with the WPR on the theme of tribal, rural and small‐town planning and the relationship to local, regional, state and federal planning. We are inviting all interested professionals to submit a proposal for sessions by April 13, 2018. Download the form and more information.
Sponsorship comes with several benefits, detailed on the Sponsorship Form, such as recognition at the conference and on conference materials and digital media, as well as free event registration. The American Planning Association and Western Planner Resources, Inc. are recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations and sponsorship contributions may be tax deductible. We hope that you will support the 2018 Tribal Planning and Western Planning Resources Conference by becoming a sponsor, and completing the attached Sponsorship Form. DOWNLOAD THE FORM
Held in conjunction with the Shoshone-Bannock Festival, Pow-Wow and Rodeo, August 9-12, 2018, a 5-day gathering of Tribes, attended by thousands of people celebrating and sharing their Shoshone, Bannock and Native American heritage.