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06/25/2019: Brownfields Technical Training

Does your community have an abandoned building, old gas station, junk yard or other potentially contaminated property that is impeding future growth? Do you look at these sites and wonder where funding could come from to remake the site as a contributor to your community? Is there speculation that the site might have contamination and considered to be a Brownfield, or are the buildings just obsolete?

This Brownfield resources workshop is for you! It is designed to enhance the technical knowledge of local government staff and developers through a deep dive into environmental assessments, and an introduction to Comfort/Closure Letters, Environmental Restrictive Covenants, and more. 

The following links exit the site ExitPresented in partnership with the Technical Assistance to Brownfields (TAB) Program at Kansas State University, the Village of Ruidoso, NM, and the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED)

Read more about it and register by June 21, 2019.


For more information about environmental programs in New Mexico, contact the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED). Exit