At the 2012 ELCR One-Day Regional Forum in Atlanta, Georgia, Tom Daniels, Ph.D presented “Stop the Sprawl, I Want to Get Off!” This informative and inspiring presentation provides the basics of planning and zoning in relation to the horse lands and facilities, along with real-life examples of what works and what does not. In this Part 2 video, Dr. Daniels focuses on effective zoning ordinances and horse-friendly language that should be included in planning documents.
Dr. Daniels is a Professor of City and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania where he teaches land use planning, growth management, environmental planning, and land preservation. Daniels holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics from Oregon State University and a B.A. in Economics from Harvard University.
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ELCR would like to thank our Conservation Partners, The Bates Family Foundation, The Hamill Family Foundation, Bayer Animal Health and USA Equestrian Trust for their support.