Why Join ALBFA?


per year



Why Join ALBFA?


Those enrolled full time in a college or university, pursuing a course of study in environmental, legal, public policy, real estate, business or other subject matter related to the mission of the Association.

per year


Those currently employed by a state, county, or municipal government, economic development agency, or non-profit entity. 

per year


Professionals, consultants, or those who are not eligible for membership in any other category. 

per year

The ALBFA allows members a unique opportunity to collaborate with professionals from both the public and private sectors that are active in brownfield redevelopment.  You will learn about local and national industry trends, funding opportunities, and strategies used by others to overcome the regulatory, financial, marketing, and health issues associated with revitalization projects.  Other benefits include:


  • Networking opportunities. Members establish solid business and social contacts with others in the brownfield arena, uncovering opportunities for all.


  • Access to experts. The ALBFA has a diverse membership that draws from every discipline in the brownfield redevelopment community. Developers, regulatory agencies, environmental consultants, attorneys, insurance companies, financial institutions, educational institutions and community organizations and advocates share their expertise in a collaborative environment at meetings, workshops, and conferences.


  • Regulatory advocacy. ALBFA Legislative and Technical Committees actively engage with state and federal legislators and rule makers on a wide variety of topics related to brownfield redevelopment, thus helping guide the establishment of effective policies and regulations that allow redevelopment to thrive.


  • Opportunity to contribute your expertise. Members are encouraged to share their expertise at educational functions, which provides excellent exposure for you and your organization.


  • Professional Development Hours (PDH)/Continuing Education (CLE) Credits. Many of our technical sessions may qualify for continuing education credits required by most professional registrations.


  • Taking part in improving the environment and our communities. Members can take pride in knowing they are helping to remove blight, clean the environment, create jobs, and improve the health and welfare of the communities in which we live.

The ALBFA membership year runs from October 1st through September 30th.  

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