Published on February 1st, 2017 | by GrowWNYAdmin


Dynamic Shared Space Feasibility Study

The WNY Environmental Alliance recently hosted a webinar to introduce the concept of developing a dynamic shared space – an idea that we had hoped to introduce at our December meeting.

In short, we are currently beginning a process to explore if this is the right time for a collaborative space where organizations from both the public and private sector, with common goals, meet under one roof to cooperate, collaborate, catalyze, and share ideas to create a more sustainable tomorrow, while at the same time providing access to nature and social engagement. In other cities, shared spaces provide a venue and support to create impactful partnerships and programs. Our study process will look to answer questions, such as: What could this look like in Buffalo? Who might be involved? What value would it provide to users and the community at large? What programs and services would make it flourish?

If you missed the webinar, a recording can be found here: Recording of Shared Space Webinar on February 1, 2017.   A technical glitch delayed the start of the recording until a few slides into the presentation, so be sure to see the link to a PDF below.

Click here to see the PowerPoiunt presentation from the webinar.  Lake Effect Webinar

For those who were able to join, as well as those who are able to watch the recording, please take a moment to answer four questions to help us gauge initial interest and to provide some initial direction for our research. The survey can be found here: Shared Space Study Survey

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