STORMWATER PLANNING SERIES TRAINING

Upcoming trainings are listed on our EVENTS page

Description:   

This is a training series for City/Town and NGO staff to promote uniform regional approaches for developing watershed and/or catchment area stormwater plans identifying locations, conceptual designs, magnitude of order cost estimates, and stormwater credits for installing Green Infrastructure and/or stormwater retrofits. 

Objectives: 

Participants develop a stormwater plan for their selected drainage area, and learn about options to implement low cost and simple stormwater solutions.  Stormwater plans will identify potential locations for stormwater retrofits/GI installations, conceptual designs for 1-4 stormwater control measures (site appropriate SCM, inflow/outflow, and approximate dimensions) sufficient to calculate magnitude of order costs, and stormwater credits.

The SNEP Network is a project of the New England Environmental Finance Center. This project has been funded, in whole or in part, by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Southeast New England Program

Presenters:  (Detailed Presenter BIOS Page)

  • James Houle, Director, UNH Stormwater Center

  • Wenley Ferguson, Director of Habitat Restoration, Save the Bay

  • Jen West, Coastal Training Program Coordinator, Narragansett Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

  • Elizabeth Scott, SNEP Network

Video Recording COMING SOON:

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