The 2016 #WVBrownfields Conference will take place September 7 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center. Conference highlights include pre-conference workshops and expert panels on revitalization strategies. More details coming soon!
2016 WV Brownfield Awards
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The WV Brownfields Awards recognize the hard work and great achievements in brownfields redevelopment from across the state.
EPA Videos Highlight WV Partnerships
The Environmental Protection Agency has released two Brownfields Partnership videos highlighting successful projects and partnerships in the Mountain State.
The WVHDF is partnering with NBAC, the Hub, and WVU Land Use Clinic to provide technical assistance to communities to successfully apply for the PRI loan and to execute an abandoned and dilapidated building program in their communities.
The BAD Buildings Program was created through funding from the Benedum Foundation to help address West Virginia's abandoned and dilapidated buildings by providing technical assistance and site analysis tools.
NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. — New Cumberland city officials are presenting a redevelopment plan that would affect the entire city.
If you've been to downtown New Cumberland, you've probably noticed v...[Read More]
Once classes ended and the school bell rang, scores of bouncy children flooded into the cafeteria for dinner at Southside K-8 School, one of seven elementary schools in McDowell County, West Virginia....[Read More]
Morgantown, W.Va. – Congratulations to Carrie Staton who was recognized by West Virginia University‘s “Climb Higher” campaign this month (March 2016). Carrie has worked for the Northern West Virginia ...[Read More]
Visionaries, designers, planners, policymakers, and project managers abound. Strategists are rare.
As a result, regenerative efforts most often fail due to 1) bad strategy, and 2) no strategy.
The work being done by the Brooke-Hancock-Jefferson Metropolitan Planning Commission is being recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency.
A video featuring the revitalization of local si...[Read More]
On March 2, Patrick Kirby, director of the Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center at West Virginia University, provided testimony on the BUILD Act before the U.S. Senate Committee on the...[Read More]