2022 Chapter Conference
The 2022 APA-WI Annual Conference was held in May in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Several hundred planners from across the state participated in a variety of workshops, events and activities centered around the theme “What’s Next: Strategies for Planning in a World of Change.”
Breakout tracks included: Housing for All, Community Building/Staying Connected, Zoning Reform, Policy & P-5 Partnerships and Comprehensive Climate strategies for Wisconsin Cities. Tours included visiting the Titletown District across from Lambeau Field and learning about the planning that took place to develop the District, De Pere Historic Downtown & Cultural District, and Bay Beach Park & Wildlife Sanctuary.
The keynote speaker was Daniel R. Wildcat, who spoke about “Traditional Ecological Knowledge & Ingenuity: Antidotes to Destruction in the Age of Global Climate Change. Learn more about Daniel Wildcat here.
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The 2022 Conference also held a reception and awards presentation at the Champions Club at Lambeau Field.
The virtual conference offered 30 sessions covering the impacts of COVID-19, Racial Equity and Social Justice, Land Use, Law, Ethics, and much more. Access the 2020 conference program and conference presentations in the archive.
The 2019 Upper Midwest Planning Conference in Eau Claire explored innovative work and research in planning. Access the 2019 conference program and conference presentations in the archive.
The 2018 APA-Wisconsin Chapter conference was themed "Growing Inclusive Communities" and focused on equitable planning. Access the 2018 conference program and conference presentations in the archive.
The 2017 APA-Wisconsin conference addressed "Getting There Together: Bridging the Divide." Access the 2017 conference program and eighteen conference presentations in the archive.
The 2016 conference theme was "Planning for Prosperity: The Link Between Planning & Economic Development." Access the 2016 conference program and twenty-five conference presentation in the archive.
We do have an archive on our current website - see above for the links for each year (only goes back to 2016).