Stormwater Master Planning Webinar Series kicks off September 19

Webinar Series: Stormwater Master Planning

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation‘s Ecosystem Restoration Program, in partnership with Watershed Consulting Associates, is offering five webinars as part of a series that will share several different model templates for developing stormwater master plans for a variety of different sites or communities. Each webinar will discuss methods, the types of communities that should consider each template, and funding sources that each template is eligible for under State of Vermont funding guidelines.

The series is limited to 100 participants. Register now, it’s free! Or view the series in the conference room at our office on Main Street in Montpelier. We are all signed up so if you choose this option no need to register!

Webinars:

1.  What is Stormwater Master Planning?: Friday, September 19, 2-3:30 PM

Basic model outline for what constitutes a good stormwater master plan

Register here.

2.  Site, Local, or Small Watershed with LID Focus: Thursday, October 2, 2-3:30 PM

Approaches to take for a small watershed using low-impact development on-site management

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3.  Hybrid Site/Community Retrofit with LID Focus: Thursday, October 16, 2-3:30 PM

Community-wide and site-specific modeling and prioritization using computer modeling

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4.  Community/Watershed Approach with Build-Out and Traditional Stormwater Focus: Thursday,

October 30, 2-3:30 PM

Traditional end-of-pipe stormwater management for large lots and watersheds

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5.  Regional or Multi-Town Approach with Rural Road Focus: Friday, November 14, 2-3:30 PM

Process for a regional or multi-town approach with a particular focus on rural roads

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Questions? Contact Justin Kenney at Justin.Kenney@state.vt.us.

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