Continuing Education

The Local Government Commission (LGC) is currently pursuing securing continuing education credits for the following professions/designations, for many of the sessions included in the conference program:

  • Planners (AICP only)
  • Landscape Architects (ASLA)

Each of the associations/agencies above that determine the eligibility of our conference program for credits, requires that sessions be finalized before we can apply for credit for them. Given that fact, we will likely not know what sessions will be eligible for accreditation until late November 2013, at the earliest. We cannot guarantee that credits will be offered for all professions/designations listed above.

We will make every effort to secure accreditation as early as possible, and then provide information to participants about which sessions qualify as quickly as we can. Thank you in advance for your patience.


Policymaker Workshop

Special Features

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Equitable Development

Healthy Food Systems

Speacial Features

It’s exciting that Baltimore is the site of this year’s New Partners conference because in many ways it is the embodiment of the long evolution of equitable development and the inclusion of environmental justice in these important disciplines – a fitting setting to continue that work by focusing on real-world implementation of equity and justice in the development of our communities.

Matthew Tejada
Director - Office of Environmental Justice Environmental Protection Agency