In addition to reviewing the land use regulations of towns, the NEMO team created an interactive online “Story Map” allowing users to explore the data further (http://s.uconn.edu/stateoflid). The story map combines interactive maps, text, graphics, photos and other media to tell a more compelling story than could otherwise be done by a publication or website. Through the story map you can review the recommend changes to local land use regulations and explore which of those are most (and least) common in CT. It also serves as a database of LID regulations in the state, al-lowing towns to search for where LID-friendly regulations have been adopted and link directly to the actual text and page number. Which makes stealing from your neighbors easy, productive and encouraged. So steal away. Visit the Story Map at http://s.uconn.edu/stateoflid.
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Thursday, September 21st, 2017
06:30 PM - 09:00 PM
Join UConn Extension's Hartford County Council, in partnership with Auerfarm in a lecture series on food waste. The three part series will be:
Thursday, September 21st
Thursday, October 19th
Thursday, November 16th
$25 to attend all three sessions. UConn CAHNR Interim Dean Faustman will be speaking at the first lecture on September 21st.
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