Sneak Peak - List of Sessions

There are 65 sessions that will be presented at the conference:

  • Diversity is a verb

  • Conservation Subdivisions - an Alternative to Western Ranchettes

  • Assessing the Preparation of Undergraduate Planners for the Demands of Entry Level Planning Positions

  • Planning for Disaster Resilience: A Look at FEMA’s Role in Mitigation and Recovery Planning

  • Identifying community health priorities for decision-making in the context of climate change, First foods and Indigenous community health

  • No good deed goes unpunished - trying to do the right thing in spite of public opposition

  • The Consultant's Role in Self Evaluation and Transition Plans

  • Value Capture and Reinvestment for Transportation and Other Purposes

  • Correlating Land Use and Water Supply Planning

  • A Proposal for Utilization of Urban Space Above Existing Grade Mounted Transit Corridors for Lightweight Electric or Human Powered Transportation

  • Historic Preservation is Planning our Future

  • Constructed Wetlands for Rural Wastewater Treatment

  • New Mexico’s Prioritized Statewide Bicycle Network Plan: public participation, prioritizing, and building it out

  • Integrating EPA Models and Data in Open Scenario Planning Tools

  • Kalispell Core Revitalization - Let the vision do the talking - Tracks out, Trail in, $32 million and still going

  • Recent Developments in Land Use Law in the West

  • Leveraging the MOST from your Downtown Infrastructure Projects

  • Tools for Water Resiliency

  • Utilizing Crowdsourced Data for Bicycle Activity Evaluation

  • Reactivation of Down Town Vacant Spaces

  • Rio Fernando Park - The Participatory "Plan-Build" Model

  • The Inventory Story: Why the experience of urban forest inventory may be more valuable than the data

  • Endurance for Local Government Bureaucrats: How Running 100 Miles Has Taught Me To Be a Better Planner

  • Water Resources in a Changing Climate

  • Growth Management in Action!: tools and frameworks for capital planning and implementation

  • Envisioning a Changing Future through Community Engagement & 3D Modeling

  • Planning for Wildfires in a Changing Western Environment

  • Communicating Different - Golden Nuggets of Strategic Storytelling

  • Los Alamos - Secret City of the Manhattan Project

  • Everything Old is New Again

  • Planning for Transit: TOD from Vision to Implementation

  • Route 66 Hotels to Housing

  • Making the Connection: Regional Trails’ Impact on Communities’ Economic Development

  • Renewing Downtown by Preserving Its Past

  • Planning for Long-Term Water Supply Sustainability

  • Active Transportation Planning in New Mexico

  • Pueblo of Jemez Trail Network Plan: planning process for connecting multi-use paths and traditional Tribal paths

  • Destination & Community: Economic Development Through Tourism

  • Moving Mountains through Public Transit

  • From Barking Dogs to Clashing Visions: Mediation and Negotiation Techniques for Planners

  • Water = Renewable Energy in King Cove, Alaska

  • Participating in Experience: Ethics in Planning

  • You Know You're A Western Planner When....

  • Conserving Special Places in Santa Fe County: Celebrating 20 years of Open Space

  • Building Momentum for Multi-Use Trail facilities

  • Beyond Recreation: Honoring Cultural Places

  • Who is an urban planner?

  • Three Communities, Three Mobility Solutions

  • Bicycle & Pedestrian Infrastructure in Communities of Less Than 10,000 People

  • Freight planning in the South West, at the local, regional and statewide scale

  • Taking Plans to the People

  • Cultivating Connections in Our Local Food Community

  • The Ethics of Cultural Competency

  • Renewable Energy Impacts: Green or Blue?

  • Redevelopment Plan for Roswell's Old Municipal Airport

  • Tribal Planning 101: Power to Plan

  • Public realm, homelessness and behavioral health: What is the planners' responsibility?

  • Indigenous Place in the Historic Urban Form: Engaging & Integrating Into the Future

  • Imagine This: New Tools for Economic Development

  • Mission Impossible - National Labs Campus Planning 2.0

  • Empowering Just & Sustainable Communities: Collaboration & Engagement

  • Small Cells: WTFs in the ROW

  • Where the Road Ends: Integrating trails and mobility planning to promote health equity

  • The Practice of Visual Notetaking

  • Building Fire Adapted Communities in the West: People, places, and landscapes