Brownfields 2023 Call for Ideas Closing Soon!

The Call for Ideas will close on Monday, February 6th, 2023.

Get ready for Detroit! The Brownfields Conference planning committee is looking for dynamic sessions that will explore the latest and greatest tools, methods, trends, and case studies in brownfields redevelopment and revitalization. Brownfields 2023 will feature over 100 panels, roundtables, topic talks, training workshops, and more!

This year will feature seven new tracks to explore the evolving brownfields landscape, with topics like Housing, Equity, and Minimizing Displacement, Environmental Justice and Public Participation, and Assessment and Cleanup Approaches.

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2023 Phoenix Awards Nominations are Open

The wait is over! The premier awards program for brownfields redevelopment is coming to Detroit at the 2023 National Brownfields Training Conference.

This year's awards will once again celebrate exemplary projects in brownfields redevelopment from across the country and recognize the people that make them happen.

Click the link below to review the categories and make your nomination.

Nominations are due on April 17, 2023. All winners will be notified in June 2023 and recognized at Brownfields 2023 in Detroit, MI August 8-11, 2023.

Submit Your Nomination

Sponsoring and Exhibiting at Brownfields 2023

Interested in being a sponsor or exhibitor at Brownfields 2023? Let us know by filling out our interest form and be the first to know when the sponsorship and exhibitor prospectus is available.

Sponsorship and Exhibitor Interest Form

New Year, New City, New Colors

The Brownfields Conference has a new look! Check out our website for a fresh spin on the largest event in the nation focused on land revitalization and economic development.

With the inclusion of plum in this year's colors, we hope to inspire you think outside the box when it comes to brownfield projects in your community.

Check out our new look!

Meet your Technical Assistance to Brownfields Communities (TAB) Provider

You have access to federally funded technical assistance for brownfield redevelopment from seasoned, multidisciplinary teams of respected brownfield professionals at no cost to you.

Click here to learn more about the Technical Assistance to Brownfields Communities (TAB) program. See the map below for your provider.

We look forward to seeing you in Detroit!

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