Sanyal and Pulsipher Present on Green Infrastructure Concepts
Friday, April 2 2010
Nick Sanyal, associate professor of conservation social sciences, and Liza Pulsipher, bioregional planning graduate student, presented “Application of Green Infrastructure Planning: Lessons learned From Two Years of a Service-Learning Project in Southeast Washington. A planning Framework Linking People and Working Landscapes” at the second annual Inland Northwest Green Fair. The fair was held March 27-28 at the Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories event center in Pullman. Participants engaged with more than 30 vendors to experience green products, services and organizations throughout the Inland Northwest.