The NLBN Summit is the only national event dedicated to urban, suburban, and rural land banks. Join is in Cleveland, Ohio in 2023!
Trends in Creative Placemaking on Problem Properties: 2019 National Survey Findings
Hear about the trends, case studies, and survey responses from practitioners, residents, government officials, nonprofit leaders and many others involved in creative placemaking efforts.
Vacant Land Stewardship: New Online Resource Center from Community Progress
Access the newest online resources and tips for vacant land in your community, including examples of creative vacant lot reuse projects.
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.
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.
Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference 2019 – Equity First: Revitalizing Communities Together
The ninth RVP, held in Atlanta, focused on efforts to revitalize disinvested communities in ways that meet the needs and preferences of residents, create new opportunities for and with marginalized communities, and rectify unjust land use, housing, and related policies that contributed to decline.
Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference 2022 Responding to Crisis: Building an Equitable and Resilient Future
Since 2007, thousands of urban, suburban, and rural leaders have … Read More
2019 VAD Academy
The VAD Academy is the right opportunity for government and nonprofit professionals, and their private sector and community partners, who seek to implement a more integrated approach to problem properties.
2020 VAD Academy: Unlocking Todays Vacancy Solutions
From residents quality of life and neighborhood health to property … Read More
2021 VAD Academy
The VAD Academy is designed for government, nonprofit, and private sector professionals and community partners, who aim to equitably address problem properties. If you work primarily in one issue area (such as code enforcement) and want to better understand how your day-to-day intersects with other areas of work, VAD is a great opportunity for you.
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