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Moving in, moving out and moving over

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Add to Calendar 2022-01-27 11:00:00 2022-01-27 12:30:00 Moving in, moving out and moving over There’s a wave of change coming to rural America – people are moving in, moving out, and moving over resulting in major demographic shifts that will forever change the face of rural communities and have far-reaching consequences. During the next 20 years, we are poised to welcome in a whole new generation of residents as nearly three-quarters of our owner-occupied housing will turn over as seniors and baby boomers move out. We will discuss a broad examination of the trends related to these moves— such as workforce housing, a tight labor market and changing residential preferences.  Facilitators Ben Winchester has been working both in and for small towns across the Midwest for over 25 years. He conducts applied research on economic, social and demographic topics surrounding a theme of “rewriting the rural narrative” that are vital to rural America. Ryan Pesch conducts trainings and applied research on issues of economic development, tourism and business development in West Central Minnesota. America/Chicago public

Time

Central time

Location

Webinar

Contact

Ben Winchester, Extension research fellow
benw@umn.edu or 320-589-5033

There’s a wave of change coming to rural America – people are moving in, moving out, and moving over resulting in major demographic shifts that will forever change the face of rural communities and have far-reaching consequences. During the next 20 years, we are poised to welcome in a whole new generation of residents as nearly three-quarters of our owner-occupied housing will turn over as seniors and baby boomers move out. We will discuss a broad examination of the trends related to these moves— such as workforce housing, a tight labor market and changing residential preferences. 

Facilitators

Ben Winchester has been working both in and for small towns across the Midwest for over 25 years. He conducts applied research on economic, social and demographic topics surrounding a theme of “rewriting the rural narrative” that are vital to rural America.

Ryan Pesch conducts trainings and applied research on issues of economic development, tourism and business development in West Central Minnesota.

Audience

All are welcome. This information is especially pertinent to senior citizens and their families; economic development groups, housing, and government agencies; health care officials; real estate and property managers; and construction and housing developers.

Cost

Free

Registration

Registration is required. The webinar will be on Zoom. Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by contacting Julie Larson at larso143@umn.edu two weeks prior to the start of the event. Requests received after this date will be honored whenever possible.

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