What happens when we are at the table together? A case study from Sumner County, Tennessee
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Nov 10, 2011 12:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)
- Dwight Barnett, Area Forester, Tennessee Division of Forestry
- Michael Briggs, Transportation Planner, Metropolitan Nashville Planning Department
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The 2011 Changing Roles webinar series has a theme: Considering Natural Resources in Land-Use Decision Making Processes. Natural resource professionals often refer to "being at the table" in reference to their participation in multi-stakeholder processes such as land-use planning and therefore, this same language is used in the session titles of this series. Each session will address the theme from a different perspective. This is the third of four sessions and this session provides a case study to illustrate concepts presented in the first and second webinar sessions. The presenter, Michael Briggs, will use the case study to provide contextual information about Sumner County and then explain the purpose of comprehensive plans. Dwight Barnett, the second presenter, will discuss how he became involved in the planning process and the expertise he contributed. They will both identify lessons learned and tips for resource professionals.