Blaine Stand is an anthropologist and resilience planner with experience in sustainable development analysis; resilience policy research and advocacy. With a focus on human interaction with the built environment, he examines how people influence and are influenced by the policies around them; how communities can utilize and enhance their natural assets; and how resilience strategies translate both hard and soft benefits to the communities in which they are implemented.
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- B05. How Conservation Organizations can Engage with the Community Land Trust Model to Advance Community Preservation
October 05, 2021
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM