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January/February 2017 Volume XXX, Issue 1
In This Issue...
January/February President's Message >>
Planner of the Month: Sonja Brown >>
Olympic Peninsula Takes Regional Approach to Climate Change Adaptation >>
Opportunities for Graduate Planning Assistantships at EWU >>Climate Adaptation: From Policies to Action >>
2017 Urban Studies Forum: Assessing the South Sound's Prospects as a Welcoming Region >>
Public Engagement - Planners' Number One Responsibility >>
EventsCheck out the APA Washington Events Calendar for upcoming planning-related events and activities!
Paula provides updates on the Regional Forum, National Conference, and APA Washington's Annual Conference.
Sonja Brown has gone from working as an office assistant in a construction office to becoming a planner with the City of Seattle.
Peninsula communities and organizations have been working together to stand resilient in the age of climate change.
Eastern is offering at least 10 graduate assistantships this upcoming fall. Continues >>
PSRC offers a free event on climate adaptation on March 16th.
Join UW-Tacoma for a forum focusing on how immigration contributes to local economies and what makes for a "welcoming" region.
Examples from the City of Olympia can help communities of all shapes and sizes to increase public participation.
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