Conservation Planning Tools Workshop

APA Missouri Chapter


Tuesday, December 11, 2018
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. CST

Mountain Grove, MO, United States

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Attendees of the workshop will receive a free copy of the new publication, “Conservation Planning Tools for Missouri Communities: A Reference Manual,” and will learn about the characteristics embodied by conservation communities.  An overview of the planning process will set the foundation for an in-depth discussion on tools that can be used to increase biodiversity, sustainability, and connections to nature in Missouri communities.  Relevant case studies and model ordinances will be included in the training.  Planning tools that will be covered during the workshop include: comprehensive plans, zoning, ordinances, design codes and standards, development codes and standards, development strategies, growth management strategies, management plans, and private property rights.

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Ronda Burnett

Confirmed Speaker

Ronda Burnett has been a Community Conservation Planner with the Missouri Department of Conservation since 2005. She helps communities connect to nature and enjoy the enhanced quality of life made possible by healthy fish, forest, and wildlife resources. Ronda holds a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Louisiana State University and ... Read More

Megan Clark, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Megan Clark is a senior planner with the Center for Resource Planning and Management and the Southwest Missouri Council of Governments. Her responsibilities include long-range planning, transportation planning, maintaining the regional transportation plan, providing administrative services for the Missouri Chapter of the American Planning Association, and other planning and administrative ... Read More

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