2011 BPC Workshop Series Overview

The 2011 workshop series includes three half day workshops to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on Bay management topics that require conversation, collaboration and problem-solving. Bay Planning Coalition is a leader in bringing key players together to develop solutions to keeping bay projects moving, and working to produce more jobs. Our efforts support our […]

BPC Workshop Series Sponsorship Opportunities

WORKSHOP SERIES 2011 includes three half-day workshops to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on Bay management topics that require conversation, collaboration and problem-solving. Sponsors make these workshops possible. By becoming a sponsor, you will be investing in the Bay’s future and helping to ensure that BPC continues to offer access and advocacy on behalf […]

Economic Recovery, Infrastructure Funding and Air Quality

Our second workshop in our Keeping Bay Projects Moving!WORKSHOP SERIES 2010, held on Wednesday, September 15, Economic Recovery, Infrastructure Funding and Air Quality: Progress or Impasse? was another great dialogue on where we are currently in regards to infrastructure construction and air quality regulation and where we can go next. Workshop 2 Sponsors: WORKSHOP 2: […]

Sea Level Change Adaptation Strategies

Our Keeping Bay Projects Moving! WORKSHOP SERIES 2010 concluded with Workshop 3: Wednesday, November 17 – Sea Level Change Adaptation Strategies: Innovations for the Bay’s Future. It was another in-depth look at what’s been happening at the local, regional, and state levels in shoreline vulnerability assessments, risk management decision-making tools, and the BCDC Bay Plan […]

2010 BPC Workshop Series Overview

Keeping Bay Projects Moving! WORKSHOP SERIES 2010 included three half day workshops to provide a forum for constructive dialogue on Bay management topics that require conversation, collaboration and problem-solving. Workshop 1: Tuesday, June 29, 2010 – Dredging Disposal Options for Today An in-depth discussion on maximizing the use of dredged material disposal/beneficial use sites, and […]