The ESA 450 course on Smart Growth and Strategic Land-Use Decision-Making was available at Michigan State University from Fall 2005-Fall 2011.
The LPI created the Legislative Forum Series to address critical issues facing Michigan and provide timely science-based research that is useful to policy makers in Michigan government, and other engaged stakeholders. The series was active from 2005-2013.
From 2009-2012, the Land Policy Institute and the Michigan Land Use Funders co-hosted the annual Michigan Land & Prosperity Summit.
In 2010, the Michigan Prosperity Initiative (MPI) engaged about 3,000 people in a series of 99 training programs in 63 days on the New Economy.
In 2011 and 2012, the Planning & Zoning Center conducted a series of public meetings and local government workshops as part of grant funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.
In 2013 and 2014, the Planning & Zoning Center conducted a series of events as part of grant funding from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, which focused on the Flint River and Shiawassee Watersheds.