Infill Development Seminar Series at UC Berkeley

The Center for a Sustainable California at UC Berkeley is sponsoring a seminar series on tools and strategies for infill development in California. All programs take place from 6:30-8:15 PM in Wurster Auditorium at UC Berkeley.

Seminar topics and dates:
Seminar 1: Policies and Programs for a Sustainable Urban Future (Thursday, 4/7)
Seminar 2: Best Practices in Infill Development (Thursday, 4/14)
Seminar 3: Urbanizing Strategies in the Suburbs (Thursday, 4/21)
Seminar 4: Creative Financial Tools and Techniques for Infill (Thursday, 4/28)
Seminar 5: Retrofitting Suburbia (Tuesday, 5/3)

A list of speakers and more details is available at: http://iurd.berkeley.edu/news/infill_seminars.shtml

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