GreenStep Webinar 3: Virtual Community Engagement with D4CR Design for Community Regeneration

May 27, 2020 | 12-1pm
Host
Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs); MN GreenStep Cities
Event Description

Community engagement was already moving to more virtual platforms before the Covid-19 pandemic, but now with social distancing, virtual community engagement is accelerating. What are the challenges, opportunities, and emerging approaches? How can virtual community engagement support equitable participation and retain participants as it competes with other virtual activities?

Members of the D4CR (Design for Community Regeneration) Team from the Minnesota Design Center at the University of Minnesota will share their experience and plans as they prepare to collaborate with the cities of Warren, Hallock, and Crookston on on a “geodesign” process that will combine GIS applications, Zoom, and other platforms as part of community negotiation and engagement strategies toward imagining regenerative futures for each city and the region.

This is the third in a series of webinars that will cover virtual public meetings, community engagement, telework, and telehealth. All Minnesota cities, Minnesota counties, and tribal nations are invited to attend this free webinar.

Presenters:
Jonee Kulman Brigham, AIA, LEED AP O+M
Senior Research Fellow, Minnesota Design Center, College of Design
Fellow, Institute on the Environment
University of Minnesota
 
Timothy J. Griffin, FAIA, LEED AP
Senior Research Fellow, Minnesota Design Center, College of Design
University of Minnesota

Agenda:
12:00 - Presentation by Jonee Kulman Brigham and Timothy J. Griffin
12:30 - Q&A
12:45 - Breakout groups (small group discussion)
1:00  - Adjourn

Cost
Free