Bioregional Planning Professional Project Presentations

Friday, May 4 2012 at 9:30 AM

Location: SRC Classroom

The Bioregional Planning Program invites the University of Idaho community to attend the Professional Project Presentations of its 2012 candidates for Masters of Science in Bioregional Planning and Community Design. Presentations will be Friday, May 4 and Tuesday, May 8 in the Student Recreation Center Classroom. Light refreshments will be provided.

On May 4th, Kate Mankoff 9:30 am "A Food System Review: First Steps in Initiating a Community Food Assessment for Latah County" Melissa Shumake 10:15 am "Analysis of Bioregionalism in the Wallowa Country" and Elvis Herrera 11:00 am "Orofino Trail, Inventory and Master Plan" and on May 8th, John Hawkins 9:30 am "A New Framework for Transportation Planning in Idaho" Becky Couch 10:15 am "University of Idaho Transportation Improvement Plan" and Nathan Weller 11:00 am "Beyond Borders: A Study in Regional Cooperation."