The NLBN Summit is the only national event dedicated to urban, suburban, and rural land banks. Join is in Cleveland, Ohio in 2023!
The Cost of a 2×4 is What?! Overview of Lumber Costs and the Opportunity for Deconstruction
Using salvaged lumber could be an alternative to the record-high cost of lumber. Deconstruction of vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties could be a cost effective and eco-friendly alternative.
Understanding the Final Rule: Leveraging ARPA to Address Vacancy and Strengthen Communities
American Rescue Plan Act funds can be used to help address vacant properties and community revitalization. Learn how in this webinar.
Land Banks in America: Today’s Movement and What We’ve Learned
Join this webinar to learn more about the new National Land Bank Network from the Center for Community Progress.
LISC Safety and Justice: Collaborative Approaches for Safe Places
LISC Safety and Justice will present on their model of collaborative problems solving to address neighborhood crime and safety challenges.
Myth Busting: Shared Equity Homeownership in Weak Market Cities
Shared-equity homeownership, a model of creating and preserving resale-restricted homeownership opportunities for low-income households, can help any city advance equity and inclusion.
Planting Refuge: Violence Prevention Through Vacant Property Greening
This webinar features the Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center’s research on vacant properties and crime and the effect of greening to prevent violence.
Strengthening Community Relationships to Achieve Equitable Code Enforcement
Working together with residents, code enforcement can help communities address vacant properties more effectively and equitably.
After the COVID-19 Emergency: What’s Next for Middle Neighborhoods?
This webinar examines challenges and opportunities for middle neighborhoods after the pandemic.
Bringing Nature to Communities: The Role of Land Conservancies in Addressing Vacant Properties
How the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy shifted from focusing primarily on conserving rural natural spaces to bringing the natural world to urban spaces.
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