The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s (DEQ) Brownfield Redevelopment Program is offering three late winter workshops targeted to consultants and anyone who creates proposals, work plans, and reports for brownfield redevelopment grants and loans and Act 381. Brownfield program staff will cover advanced brownfield grant, loan, and Act 381 topics like eligibility, process, timing, forms, and other details of project management. Our goal is to effectively partner with consultants to protect public health and the environment, revitalize brownfield sites, and help you provide great service to your clients.
Topics to be Covered
For consultants new to the brownfield program, a Brownfields 101 short session will be held the mornings of the Grand Haven and Lansing workshops. Consultants with less experience in brownfield redevelopment will learn the basics and have the opportunity to talk with DEQ staff before the more complex afternoon workshops.
Refreshments will not be served at these workshops (this allows us to provide the workshops at no cost). The venues will allow you to bring your own beverage. Due to space limitations, pre-registration is required.
Workshop content questions: Susan Wenzlick, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality promotes wise management of Michigan’s air, land, and water resources to support a sustainable environment, healthy communities, and vibrant economy. The Office of Public Affairs and Outreach sponsors conferences, workshops, and online training to educate stakeholders on environmental requirements, pollution prevention practices, and other topics related to protecting Michigan’s environment and public health.
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