The Strategic Land Planning course addresses the strategic land planning process and is aimed at students who are interested in community-based planning and development. The course utilizes the curriculum and materials developed by Village Earth, the Indian Land Tenure Foundation and the Indian Land Working Group.
You will learn:
- Historical, legal, cultural, ecological and economic aspects of Indian land tenure and land use
- Application of specific problem-solving and strategic land planning practices to research, develop, implement and evaluate land tenure and land use decisions
- Participatory planning approach that engages all affected persons
- Emphasizes combined academic and experiential learning opportunities through partnerships, applied problem-solving research and community service.
Noncredit courses do not produce academic credit nor appear on a Colorado State University academic transcript.