Winefield & Associates is proud to support the 2023 California Land Recycling Conference (CALRC) in Carson, CA from September 26-28. The Conference is hosted by the U.S. EPA Region 9, CA Department of Toxic Substances Control's (DTSC) Office of Brownfields, and the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR). The theme People, Partnerships, Progress will showcase how brownfield reuse can directly address many of the challenges our communities face to build more equitable, sustainable, resilient, and affordable neighborhoods.
Climate change, environmental injustice and inequity, and the affordability crisis impact our day-to-day lives. The California Land Recycling Conference will showcase neighborhood-level solutions to all three of these challenges through the reuse of abandoned or forgotten sites (brownfields) into the homes, businesses, parks, education and healthcare options so urgently needed. Our founder, Matt Winefield, will also showcase how Winefield & Associates is part of the solution by speaking at the 4pm, Wednesday, September 26th Brownfield Developer panel.
The Conference offers a robust program focused on timely and trending land reuse topics, including: interagency collaboration, PFAS, historic funding opportunities, placemaking, welcoming young professionals into our industry, and much more. In addition, to maximize engagement opportunities, the Conference brings together community and private sector leaders engaged in the vital work of brownfield cleanup and revitalization, emphasizing the connections between land revitalization, environmental justice, and climate and highlighting available resources to build stronger communities.
We are delighted to support the U.S. EPA Region 9 and DTSC and their significant efforts to revitalize complex properties to create vibrant cities, towns, and neighborhoods!
Join us at CALRC to engage People in brownfield reuse, develop long lasting Partnerships, and support Progress within communities! Click here to learn more and register today. We hope to see you there.