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Sylvia A. Mosser, AICP
​Resource Conservation Planner
MD Department of Planning
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Baltimore, MD 21201

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Maryland’s Inaugural Statewide Brow​​nfield Conference

Toward Ben​eficial Reuse ​ 

November 16–17, 2​​021 (9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each day), Virtual Event 

The inaugural Maryland statewide brownfield conference will provide a forum for local governments, consultants, attorneys, developers, and non-governmental organizations to learn and share information about brownfields and to promote increased awareness about the processes and technologies that move brownfields toward beneficial reuse in Maryland’s communities.  

The two-half-days conference on November 16 and 17 will be organized with more foundational/basic information presented on the first day and more technical presentations the second day. Anticipated presentation topics include: solar facility generation on brownfields; review of federal and state technical and financial assistance options; drycleaner cleanup challenges; and local government brownfield case studies. 

The conference will be virtual via GoToWebinar. However, there will be opportunities for in-person engagement for conference attendees on the first day with meet-up group brownfield tours organized throughout the state, followed by social gatherings/networking events at restaurants or breweries near the brownfield sites. The conference will also offer optional virtual wellness activities to invigorate attendees before sessions begin (potentially a walk in your local park or yoga). 

Please complete the sign-up form at the link below to pre-register for this conference.

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