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     2014 OKAPA Annual Conference

“Planning for a More Resilient Oklahoma”

University of Oklahoma

October 2-3, 2014

Among other topics, the 2014 Conference will be celebrating the resiliency of Oklahoma communities in the wake of severe weather.  Additionally, land use law expert John Nolon will speak about the legal aspects of hydrofracturing.

  

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Want to be a 2014 Conference Sponsor?
Contact the 2014 Conference Committee Chair:

Dr. Dawn Jordan

dawnjourdan@ou.edu

 

PLANNING FOR A MORE RESILIENT OKLAHOMA

2014 Call for Presenters

The Oklahoma Chapter of the American Planning Association (OKAPA) will convene in Norman in October 2014 for the annual conference.  We invite you to share your experiences with local, state, and federal officials, industry leaders, consultants, and other interested parties by presenting a paper relevant to our theme, “Planning for a More Resilient Oklahoma” with a focus on our environment.  We are particularly interested in sessions related to: planning for natural hazards like drought, tornados, earthquakes, fires, extreme weather, and planning with indigenous knowledge.  Submission of presentations on topics outside this theme are also welcome.  CLICK HERE FOR FULL INFORMATION.

 

  

APA Online Survey

APA invites you to participate in a brief online survey and share your ideas on food systems planning.  Even if you or your organization does not currently work in food systems planning, we still want to hear from you. The survey should take no more than 10 minutes. Your responses will provide important insight into the current state of food systems planning in the United States.

 

Take the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/apafoodplan

 

This survey is part of the Growing Food Connections project. With funding from the United States Department of Agriculture, this five-year initiative will build the capacity of planners and policy makers to support community food systems. Project partners include APA, American Farmland Trust, Cultivating Healthy Places, Ohio State University, and the University at Buffalo.

 

Questions? Please contact Jeanne Leccese, Project Coordinator, Growing Food Connections at jleccese@buffalo.edu, or Anna Ricklin, Manager, APA Planning and Community Health Research Center at aricklin@planning.org.

 

  

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APAOklahoma@list.planning.org

Listserv is an open forum for OKAPA Chapter members.

To opt out of the listserv, contact Lynn Jorgenson  at LJorgenson@planning.org.

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APA Oklahoma currently has over 200 members including practicing planners, elected and appointed officials, academicians, citizens who care about planning, and students.  The Chapter is led by an elected governing board including five At-Large Directors.  Join OKAPA now to stay current in your profession.  Know what's going on in the planning field in Oklahoma.

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It is the Mission of the Oklahoma Chapter of the American Planning Association to facilitate individual participation of members in the affairs of the Chapter and of APA and to  further the purpose of APA in the Chapter area.  OKAPA is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, and scientific purposes. 

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