Getting Involved & Making a Difference in Your Community

Adults hiking at Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in autumn

These programs focus on helping interested citizens understand how to make a difference in how land is developed and protected, and how to become involved and work to make a difference.

  • Did you know? Low Impact Development (LID) and Green Infrastructure techniques can also help you make a difference in your community. See all LID presentations >

Regional Planning

Quarterly Meeting of the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission 

March 14, 2013

Heidi Ricci, Senior Policy Analyst, Mass Audubon

Revitalizing Downtowns & Creative Redevelopment

Revitalizing Downtowns

June 12, Boxborough Town Hall

Danielle McKahn, Pioneer Valley Planning Commission

Working for the Green

A conference about accelerating green growth throughout the Commonwealth, held on October 18, 2012, in Devens, MA.

Workshop 2: Case Studies in Creative Redevelopment

Wayne Feiden, FAICP,  Director of Planning and Development, City of Northampton

Craig Blais, President and CEO, Worcester Business Development Corporation (WBDC)