The Conference takes place Sept. 7-8 at the Charleston Marriott Town Center. Highlights include pre-conference workshops, expert panels on revitalization strategies and the Central Appalachian Regional Brownfields Conference.
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.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Centers are reminding those interested in attending the 2016 #WVBrownfields Conference that early registration is available through August ...[Read More]
Local flood response organizers are reporting an urgent need for volunteers to help with flood cleanup efforts over the next 10 days.
According to Volunteer West Virginia Executive Director Heather...[Read More]
Officials and concerned residents from three Fayette County communities turned out Thursday afternoon for a meeting to discuss revitalization efforts for the Upper Kanawha Valley.
Representatives f...[Read More]
West Virginia towns take the steps toward renewal by addressing vacant properties
“They stopped thinking about it as me and started thinking about it as we.”
Two years ago, community members in ...[Read More]
The West Virginia University Research Corporation (WVURC) seeks to hire a Program Associate in the Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center at West Virginia University. This position perfo...[Read More]
Construction officially began June 23 on a 30,000 square foot industrial building to anchor the new Rock Springs Business Park in Chester, WV.
Federal, state and local leaders gathered to break gro...[Read More]