This presentation and panel discussion will explore high level and brass tacks approaches for working to implement Baltimore’s Green Network Plan in two different Baltimore neighborhoods. The presenters will compare notes, unpack solutions and inspiration from working to find locally nuanced, affirmative and capacity-building approaches to center people in the implementation of large scale land planning efforts.
Hosted by ASLA's Landscape - Land Use Planning Professional Practice Network (PPN)
Compare the opportunities and challenges to implementing large scale plans for land (and people!) in Baltimore.
Identify the original goals of the Baltimore City Green Network Plan and describe how they have been translated through implementation into two different communities through community-led, resident-driven planning and plan implementation.
Understand locally nuanced frameworks for creating new green space.
Describe lessons learned from practitioners working on the ground to build capacity, translate and implement citywide and city - created plans to the site and neighborhood levels in Baltimore.