Green Design/Good Design! Join us March 16th in downtown Bath

Register today for the next Maine Downtown Institute!  The cost of energy is a leading economic development challenge in Maine.  Add historic buildings, sustainable design, accessibility, modern infrastructure and energy efficiency needs to the mix and you have a recipe for downtown revitalization that requires creative skill and adept financing to deliver.  The Maine Downtown Center, Maine Preservation and the Environmental Funders Network present a practical and thought-provoking session geared to everyone interested in retaining the authentic historic character downtown, while being protective of the environment.  This is truly a global issue of our times and is timed perfectly for the construction season.  The session will include a lively panel presentation with four of Maine’s leading architects skilled in sustainable design who will share their best examples and greatest challenges. Project Canopy/Green Downtown street tree grant opportunities will also be presented.  An optional lunch presentation by the Maine Environmental Funders Network coordinators concludes the Institute.  There will be a small additional charge for lunch.  Sponsors include the Bangor Daily News and the Department of Economic and Community Development. 


About Maine Downtown Center, a program of the Maine Development Foundation

Roxanne Eflin is the Senior Program Director, Maine Development Foundation/Maine Downtown Center. We serve as the State Coordinator in Maine for the National Main Street Center and utilizing the Main Street Four Point Approach in our work to revitalize Maine's historic downtowns and village centers.
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