Did you make it to September’s Strong Towns Conference hosted by the Kentucky Heritage Council? If you were there, then you saw an amazing line-up of urban thinkers like Charles Marohn, founder of Strong Towns; state historic preservation officer Craig Potts; and Steve Ervin, Paducah planning director. We spoke with Marohn about his ideas before the conference (read the interview here), and he makes some very important points about urban economics shaping the built environment.
If you missed it, here’s your chance to catch up—from the comfort of your own computer. On Friday, October 30 at noon, Marohn will lead a free, follow-up webinar to answer questions and go over ideas about building holistic cities in more detail.
Tune in during your lunch break!