“Geography of Opportunity” in Madison Largely Driven by Race Previous posts presented findings from the first draft Geography of Opportunity report. Now the Final Draft – “Geography of Opportunity: A Fair Housing Equity Assessment of the Capital Region,… Read More
Capital Region Sustainable Communities recently developed trial indicators and metrics to measure progress towards its priority challenges during the implementation phase. Your input is valued – tell us what you think by commenting to the blog or via the… Read More
The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Planning Association (WAPA) recognized the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission (CARPC) and Stoughton area leaders and staff for their “scenarios planning” tool. The award, presented at the WAPA conference on June 12, recognized “Innovations… Read More
The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission recently posted a Summary Report of its Community Building Grant program. CARPC conducted the Community Building Grant Program (CBGP) in 2012-2014 as a component of its Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant. The CBGP… Read More
The Wisconsin Food Hub Cooperative (WFHC) has partnered with Roundy’s grocery stores to sell locally grown produce at the chain’s stores in Wisconsin, as reported in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. The Food WFHC is a farmer-led cooperative owned by the producers and the Wisconsin Farmers… Read More
Everyone can play their part in ensuring a healthy and flourishing place for all, now and forever. It all starts with you accepting this invitation to help.
The 5 “Whats” are challenges we can address right now to ensure a healthy and flourishing place for all, now and forever. Why are the 5 “Whats” so important?