Washington, DC— The Citizens' Institute on Rural Design™ (CIRD) is pleased to announce that Limon, CO has been added to the roster of 2016-2017 host communities and awarded a stipend from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to host a rural design workshop in spring of 2017.
From the Blog
June 1, 2016Limon, Colorado to join communities from Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Montana, New York, and Washington to Host Rural Design Workshops
April 28, 2016Next Generation digital Learning Commons has launched. The new site addresses two of the major challenges facing rural practitioners – geographic distance and access to information and networks. The site works to establish a digital intermediary through which deeper collaboration can develop within and beyond Next Generation.
Established in 1991, the Citizens' Institute on Rural Design™ has convened more than 60 workshops in all regions of the country, empowering residents to leverage local assets for the future in order to build better places to live, work, and play.
CIRD supports host communities before and after their workshops via informational conference calls and webinars that cover critical topics in community engagement, rural design, partnership development, and workshop planning.