Urban Wood Waste Utilization Forum

October 11, 2007
Baltimore, MD
Too often, urban wood waste, a valuable and renewable resource, is sent to landfills. As these landfills reach capacity, and as we search for more sustainable ways to conduct our lives and businesses, we should embrace the tremendous economic opportunity provided by reutilizing urban wood. The Parks & People Foundation, in conjunction with the USDA Forest Service, is sponsoring a fall forum on Urban Wood Waste Utilization.


The following topics will be covered:
* Business Planning Fundamentals
* Merchandising Products developed from Wood Waste
* Wood to Energy Programs
* Wood Recovery after an Invasive Outbreak
* Grant Opportunities for Wood Waste Ventures
Where:
University of Baltimore
Thumel Business Center
11 W. Mt. Royal Avenue, Rm. 221
Baltimore, MD 21201
Amtrak/MARC Penn Station is one block north of the site.
When:
8:30am-5pm
Who & What:
Speaker Bios and Agenda
The forum is free, but the event is by invitation only, so you must confirm your attendance. Return the Registration Form by September 14, 2007.
For more information, contact:
Jessica Walbridge
Assistant Director, Social Enterprises
Parks & People Foundation
800 Wyman Park Drive
Baltimore, MD 21211
410.448.5663 x 115