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Join 1000 Friends of Florida for monthly webinars on planning, development and growth issues facing Florida.
1000 Friends routinely seeks professional certification credits for planners (AICP CM), Florida attorneys (CLE), DBPR Landscape Architects, Certified Floodplain Managers and Florida Environmental Health Professionals but cannot guarantee that credits will be offered. All Webinars are Eastern Time.
St. Johns County 2070: What’s Next?
June 23, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. EST
Last November, the Matanzas Riverkeeper, St. Johns County Audubon and others joined with 1000 Friends of Florida for a discussion on growth projections for the county, as well as potential tools to ensure a more sustainable future. The groups hosted two community workshops in different areas of St. Johns County to present the growth projections for the county and gather resident feedback.
Please join us for a follow up to the St. Johns County 2070 study, where smart growth policy tools and recommendations will be shared by 1000 Friends’ Policy & Planning Director Jane West. This will be an interactive webinar, with opportunities to ask questions of our presenter.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Professional certification credits are not being offered for this event.
We are taking a hiatus from the regular Dr. John M. DeGrove Webinar Series as we plan for upcoming webinars
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in thanking the 2019 Dr. John M. DeGrove Webinar Sponsors
NATHANIEL REED SOCIETY
Ms. Kimberly A. DeGrove & Dr. Clyde Partin
Dickman Law Firm
William Howard Flowers, Jr. Foundation, Inc.
Kitson & Partners
The Perkins Charitable Foundation
Mr. Robert M. Rhodes
Ms. Susan Trevarthen
Mr. Thomas J. Baird
Mr. Ronald Book, PA
Mr. William M. DeGrove
Ms. Nancy E. Stroud
Ms. Sara Fotopulous
American Planning Association, Florida Chapter
DPZ Partners, LLC
Mr. David M. Orshevsky
Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council