Indiana Economic Development Course
Are you new to economic development? Does your job require you to have a good understanding of economic development or to make decisions that affect the economic development of your community?
Offered annually, the weeklong Indiana Economic Development Course--known to many as "The Academy"--offers intensive training in the basic concepts, methods, and strategies of economic, industrial, business, and community development. It is a comprehensive educational experience in the theory and practice of economic development.
For program information, contact Rose Wright, the Center for Economic and Community Development's project/financial specialist, at (765) 285-1628.
Valuing Land Affected by Conservation Easements
As part of the Lincoln Education Online (LEO) series, The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy offers this online course available to all at no cost or obligation. The course, "Valuing Land Affected by Conservation Easements", provides an in-depth look at conservation easements, including background on the current policy debate, and draws on experts in environmental studies, planning, tax law, valuation and assessment.
To access the course, please visit the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy home page at www.lincolninst.edu and then click on the link to the "Conservation Easements Online Course" which can be found on the home page under "Features".