Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas and Map: Request for Submissions

Do you know of any Low Impact Development (LID) practices (rain gardens, cisterns, green roofs, permeable pavement, etc.) in your area? Please take a moment to read about this project and send the Winooski NRCD info about LID pratices in Central Vermont.

About the project:

The Winooski NRCD and UVM Extension Lake Champlain Sea Grant are working in partnership to create a Low Impact Development (LID) Atlas and Map, which will be part of the larger National LID Atlas (http://clear.uconn.edu/tools/lidmap/) created by the National Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Network. The Vermont LID Atlas & Map will raise awareness of LID projects as a solution to residential stormwater management, reinforce the link between LID projects and water quality, and provide residents with successful examples of local LID projects. For more information visit: http://www.vacd.org/winooski/winooski_LIDatlas.shtml

To include an LID practice in the Vermont LID Atlas & Map, fill out both sides of the pdf form – found at http://vacd.org/winooski/winooski_LIDatlas.shtml and mail your completed form to: Ashley Lidman, Winooski NRCD, 1193 S Brownell Rd., Suite 35, Williston, VT 05495 by September 1, 2009. You can also e-mail me info about each LID practice that you’d like included in the Atlas. Note: There are some glitches when you go to the LID Atlas Web site in Internet Explorer. Try to use Firefox, Safari, or another browser if you can.

For more informaiton contact:
Ashley Lidman
Assistant Manager
Winooski Natural Resources Conservation District
1193 South Brownell Road, Suite 35
Williston, VT 05495
Phone: 802-865-7895 Ext.104
Fax: 802-865-7947
E-mail: Ashley.Lidman@vt.nacdnet.net
~ Visit http://vacd.org/winooski/ to learn more about our urban conservation initiatives ~

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