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RE: tours and training in placemaking

  • Subject: RE: [cg] tours and training in placemaking
  • From: "Honigman, Adam" Adam.Honigman@Bowne.com
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 13:05:06 -0500

Harriet,

Do you have any community gardeners who are lecturing as part of your place
making class curriculum? The last time I looked, there weren't. 

Best wishes,
Adam Honigman

-----Original Message-----
From: Harriet Festing [mailto:hfesting@pps.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 22, 2003 12:56 PM
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject: [cg] tours and training in placemaking


Friends,
For any of you interested in placemaking as it relates to community
gardens, I've written a list of the training courses and tours we're
offering at Project for Public Spaces.  

We've more planned for later in the year, but here's the list so far.
Many are already booking up quickly, so do book soon!  Feel free to
contact Kumar (details below) if you have any queries.  I've given web
page links where they are available and also noted if we have brochures
available.
Best wishes
Harriet


HOW TO TURN A PLACE AROUND: New York, NY http://pps.org/nyc_training.htm
(brochure available)
April 24-25 - Based on our 25 years of experience in placemaking, the
course shows participants how to create great neighborhood spaces.  PPS
best selling course.

HOW TO CREATE SUCCESSFUL MARKETS: New York, NY
http://pps.org/training/markets_training.htm (brochure available)
April 24-25 - Starting markets in your neighborhoods.  Essential for
anyone interested in using public markets to revitalize communities.

HOW TO TURN A PLACE AROUND: London, UK
http://208.45.47.25/london_training.htm (brochure available)
June 5-6 - PPS returns to London after its tremendously successful
course in last November.  The course is presented in partnership with
the Prince's Foundation.

CREATING A SENSE OF PLACE IN NEIGHBORHOODS: New Orleans 
May 16-20, (dates provisional) - A two-day course by PPS, offered in
conjunction with the Neighborhood Reinvestment Training Institute.
Email nrti@nw.org for details.
 
THE GREAT PLACES HIKE AND BIKE RIDE 2003  Web pages not yet up (brochure
available)
June 28-July 9 - NEW TOUR!! cycling, hiking, canoeing and rafting
through the greenways and villages of the Czech Republic. 
 
PLACEMAKING IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC http://208.45.47.25/Czech_Tour.htm
August 29-September 7 - The return of our popular Czech tour to Prague
and the provinces of Bohemia and Moravia, which received rave reviews
last year.
 
HOW TO TURN A PLACE AROUND: New York, NY
http://pps.org/nyc_training.htm (brochure available)
October 23-24 - Based on our 25 years of experience in placemaking, the
course shows participants how to create great neighborhood spaces.  PPS
best selling course.
 
CONTACT Kumar, kumar@pps.org phone: 212 620 5660 for more details on
these courses.
 


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