Information to keep practitioners informed about recent events, topics and publications in the community development field

Feb. 7, 2018 | Publication

Community Development Corporations: Diverse Practices Across North and South Carolina

In this issue of Community Practice Papers, we take a look at examples of sustained and emerging business models from rural and urban Community Development Corporations across North and South Carolina.

Feb. 7, 2018 | Article

North Carolina: Highlights From Asheville

How can western North Carolina, as a region, grow the talent needed by local employers, while simultaneously improving region-wide economic mobility for the people of the region?

Jan. 29, 2018 | Article

North Carolina: Highlights From Chapel Hill

In October, more than 150 key stakeholders participated in a robust roundtable discussion on the growing opioid epidemic in North Carolina, and more specifically on the toll it takes on the state’s economy.

Jan. 29, 2018 | Publication

Cultural Mapping in Baltimore: The Creation of GEOLOOM co>map

This issue of Community Scope details the steps taken to produce the tool GEOLOOM co>map as well as background, motivation and context for creating a mapping tool to capture culture in Baltimore’s communities.

Jan. 26, 2018 | Conference or Event

Growing Eastern NC's Regional Food Economy

Jan. 18, 2018 | Article

Maryland: Highlights From Prince George’s County

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and the Community Development Network of Maryland hosted a full-day workshop on September 28, 2017, on potential land banks in Maryland.

Jan. 18, 2018 | Article

Highlights from the District: Economic Inclusion and Southern Cities

In October of 2017, a multi-city group led by the Annie E Casey Foundation, the City of Richmond and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond met in Richmond for three days to think about the strategies, policies, data and best practices of economic inclusion.

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October 28 & 29, 2015 | Video
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond released a new video highlighting the collaboration that drives Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.

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