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Non-Member $65.00

From Trash to Treasure: A Case Study in Implementing Living Shorelines in Urban Landscapes

White Island, an 80-acre former municipal landfill located in Brooklyn, New York, is one of the first grassland mitigation projects required by New York State. The former landfill was constructed on historic marsh land and exhibited severe shoreline erosion due to wave action and tidal flux.
From Trash to Treasure wetland streambank shoreline restoration course level: all Case Study
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

Identifying Waters of the United States

Waters of the U.S. are not static. To stay on top of their definition, you must embrace the melodrama of legal and political wrangling over their definition. The Clean Water Rule is wounded and not likely to reemerge except under a narrow set of circumstances.
streambank waters of us waterways
Recorded Webinar
Member $90.00
Non-Member $120.00

Implementing a SWPPP – Easy, right?

The design is complete, the permits have been obtained, and contracts are in place for contractors. It’s time to get construction started! What could possibly go wrong?
construction pollution prevention stormwater
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

Improvements in Silt Fence Installations Determined Through Full-Scale Testing

Silt fence performance, when used as a perimeter control, can be affected by a wide variety of factors (i.e., material properties, installation techniques, and site characteristics).
silt fence erosion & sediment control course level: all
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

Sediment Basin Design: How Five Different Sediment Detention Devices Varied in Efficiencies

This will be a course on sediment basin design and how varying practices lead to significant differences in sediment retention efficiencies. Participants will understand the importance of sediment control for water quality.
sediment basins turbidity course level: intermediate
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

Steep Slope Investigation and Remediation Techniques

The site investigation of a Steep Slope is critical in the selection of the most prudent remediation procedure. This course provides an overview of how to identify different types of slope activity, with on-site techniques and inspection procedures for determining the source of the instability.
course level: intermediate steep slope
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

Stormwater Management Pond Muck – Costly Waste or Valuable Resource?

SWM ponds require routine sediment removal in order to maintain stormwater quality and quantity control.
Stormwater Management Pond Resource sediment pond SMW Kelly-Hooper
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

The Five Fundamentals for Successful Restoration of Disturbed Lands

Those overseeing land rehabilitation efforts should integrate the five fundamentals for successful land restoration into their projects. This presentation will provide details on the five fundamentals along with real world examples of success and challenges.
construction restoration soil course level: all
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

The Important Role of Vegetation in Stormwater Management

This webinar will focus on the important role that vegetation plays in stormwater management during and after construction and will present new guidance developed in Colorado that covers many fundamentals of successful revegetation and could be adapted to other regions.
vegetation course level: all
Recorded Webinar
Member $50.00
Non-Member $65.00

The Iowa Watershed Approach: We’re All In!

The Iowa Flood Center (IFC) led the successful proposal development for the Iowa Watershed Approach for Urban and Rural Resilience (IWA) that brought $96,887,177 to the state of Iowa from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Iowa Watershed wetland streambank shoreline Giannini course level: all