Upcoming Events

Browse the calendar below for more stormwater-related training, conferences, webinars, and community events. Check here for upcoming webinars hosted by us.

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  • 06
    06.June.Tuesday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    All day
    2017/06/06-2017/06/07
    St. Anne’s Parish Hall, 859 Barnardo Ave, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

    Workshop offerings are intended for developers, consultants, municipal staff, students, landowners, contractors and anyone else looking to gain a strong working knowledge of sustainable stormwater planning, practice design, construction, operations and maintenance and monitoring approaches. Instructors will present Ontario-based examples of LID projects and important lessons learned along the way. June 6 (Day 1): Design of Low Impact Development Infiltration Practices. June 7 (Day 2): Building Forward: Techniques to Ensure Successful LID Construction, Certification, Inspection, and Maintenance. June 20 (Day 3): Inspection and Maintenance Course. June 21 (Day 4): Building Confidence: How to Design, Plan and Execute a Low Impact Development Stormwater Monitoring Program. Learn more and register.

  • 07
    07.June.Wednesday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    9:00 AM-4:00 PM
    2017/06/07
    9550 Pine Valley Drive, Woodbridge, ON, Canada

    This training will be led by John McCullah of Salix Applied Earthcare and adjunct instructor at Shasta College for over 14 years. Participants will come away with a greater knowledge of proper installation techniques, methodologies and tools and will have a better understanding of inspection and maintenance requirements, both of which will contribute to improved performance of ESC practices in the field. The training is hosted at a ESC Field Training Facility located at The Living City Campus at Kortright. Learn more and register.

  • 12
    12.June.Monday

    All day
    2017/06/12

    Join WWF for the release of the results Canada’s Watershed Reports, the first ever national assessment of the health of and threats to water in Canada – and, through panel discussions, explore WWF's recommendations and highlight where on the ground solutions are occurring. Summit followed by evening reception at the Canadian Museum of Nature; both events are PM invited. Session Topics: 1) 21st century science, monitoring and partnerships; 2) Youth and Elder Indigenous perspectives on getting to healthy waters; 3) The role of business in freshwater sustainability, restoring healthy waters, community actions. The event will be held at the Lord Elgin and the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, ON. RSVP to watershedreports@wwfcanada.org.

  • 15
    15.June.Thursday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    All day
    2017/06/15-2017/06/16
    Town of East Gwillimbury, Sports Complex, 1914b Mt Albert Rd, Sharon, ON, Canada

    Join Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority and Credit Valley Conservation for two days of Low Impact Development & Stormwater Management Training. The training is intended for practitioners with a moderate understanding of LID and stormwater design. Attend one or both days. Learn more about training on LID Stormwater Management (SWM) Treatment Train Design Practices (June 15) and Making it Work: LID Construction, Inspection, and Certification (June 16).

  • 22
    22.June.Thursday
    Atlantic-stormwater-initiative-June2017

    All day
    2017/06/22-2017/06/23

    Clean Foundation and the Canadian Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) invite you to the Atlantic Stormwater Initiative. This conference will focus on solutions to practical questions about Green Infrastructure, including winter performance, maintenance of Low Impact Developments, and communicating about stormwater to non-experts. The conference will feature one full day of presentations and panels on a variety of topics, and a second day of concentrated learning, presented by Chris Denich, with Aquafor Beech Ltd. Learn more and register.

  • 22
    22.June.Thursday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    12:00 PM-1:00 PM
    2017/06/22

    In this webinar Sarah Fleischhauer will present about the Garvey-Glenn Subwatershed Project, one of five Healthy Lake Huron priority subwatershed projects located along the shore of Lake Huron. Participants will learn about working systematically within a watershed and fostering a landowner driven, community-focused approach to watershed management. This webinar is intended for Practitioners who work with (or are interested in) rural stormwater infrastructure, including contractors, consultants, government staff, conservation authority staff, NGOs, drainage superintendents (and other municipal staff) and rural landowners. Learn more and register.

  • 23
    23.June.Friday
    Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership (ALIDP)

    All day
    2017/06/23
    Homewood Suites by Hilton Calgary Airport, 2021 100 Avenue Northeast, Calgary, AB T3N, Canada

    The event will be in the Nose Creek watershed along Highway 2 between Calgary and Airdrie. This watershed was the first to adopt runoff volume targets for stream protection. The event is shaping up to be a Tale of Three Subdivisions: Saddleridge Bioretention Garden rejuvenation; Jacksonport industrial/commercial subdivision; and the High Plains Industrial Park. Each site has a unique story to tell. Register here.

  • 27
    27.June.Tuesday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    1:00 PM-4:30 PM
    2017/06/27
    1275 Maple Hill Ct, Newmarket, ON L3Y 9E8, Canada

    The intent of this workshop is to provide an overview of the Low Impact Development Treatment Train Tool (LID TTT) Version 1.0 available for release on the STEP website. This is a free workshop. A maximum of two registrants per interested organization are allowed to attend. Registration closes June 26th, 2017. Learn more and register.

  • 27
    27.June.Tuesday
    Feature image for Imagine 12000 rain garden Vancouver 2017

    7:30 PM-9:00 PM
    2017/06/27
    Council Chambers District of North Vancouver, 355 West Queens Road, North Vancouver, BC V7N 4N5, Canada

    In this community talk, the director of Stewardship Partners, Aaron Clark, will discuss the 12,000 Rain Gardens for Puget Sound Campaign launched in 2011. An effective blend of regionally coordinated but locally driven efforts, the 12,000 Rain Garden campaign has played a major role in taking the rain garden concept from obscure to commonplace and from outlier to mainstream in terms of stormwater management strategies. Simon Fraser University's Faculty of Environment's Pacific Water Research Centre and partners invite you to learn about the exciting rain garden initiative in Puget Sound and explore what it would take to build 12,000 rain gardens on Vancouver's North Shore. This event is free. Learn more and register.

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  • All day
    2017/06/06-2017/06/07
    St. Anne’s Parish Hall, 859 Barnardo Ave, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    Workshop offerings are intended for developers, consultants, municipal staff, students, landowners, contractors and anyone else looking to gain a strong working knowledge of sustainable stormwater planning, practice design, construction, operations and maintenance and monitoring approaches. Instructors will present Ontario-based examples of LID projects and important lessons learned along the way. June 6 (Day 1): Design of Low Impact Development Infiltration Practices. June 7 (Day 2): Building Forward: Techniques to Ensure Successful LID Construction, Certification, Inspection, and Maintenance. June 20 (Day 3): Inspection and Maintenance Course. June 21 (Day 4): Building Confidence: How to Design, Plan and Execute a Low Impact Development Stormwater Monitoring Program. Learn more and register.

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  • 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
    2017/06/07
    9550 Pine Valley Drive, Woodbridge, ON, Canada
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    This training will be led by John McCullah of Salix Applied Earthcare and adjunct instructor at Shasta College for over 14 years. Participants will come away with a greater knowledge of proper installation techniques, methodologies and tools and will have a better understanding of inspection and maintenance requirements, both of which will contribute to improved performance of ESC practices in the field. The training is hosted at a ESC Field Training Facility located at The Living City Campus at Kortright. Learn more and register.

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  • All day
    2017/06/12

    Join WWF for the release of the results Canada’s Watershed Reports, the first ever national assessment of the health of and threats to water in Canada – and, through panel discussions, explore WWF's recommendations and highlight where on the ground solutions are occurring. Summit followed by evening reception at the Canadian Museum of Nature; both events are PM invited. Session Topics: 1) 21st century science, monitoring and partnerships; 2) Youth and Elder Indigenous perspectives on getting to healthy waters; 3) The role of business in freshwater sustainability, restoring healthy waters, community actions. The event will be held at the Lord Elgin and the Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, ON. RSVP to watershedreports@wwfcanada.org.

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  • All day
    2017/06/22-2017/06/23
    Atlantic-stormwater-initiative-June2017

    Clean Foundation and the Canadian Chapter of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) invite you to the Atlantic Stormwater Initiative. This conference will focus on solutions to practical questions about Green Infrastructure, including winter performance, maintenance of Low Impact Developments, and communicating about stormwater to non-experts. The conference will feature one full day of presentations and panels on a variety of topics, and a second day of concentrated learning, presented by Chris Denich, with Aquafor Beech Ltd. Learn more and register.

  • 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
    2017/06/22
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    In this webinar Sarah Fleischhauer will present about the Garvey-Glenn Subwatershed Project, one of five Healthy Lake Huron priority subwatershed projects located along the shore of Lake Huron. Participants will learn about working systematically within a watershed and fostering a landowner driven, community-focused approach to watershed management. This webinar is intended for Practitioners who work with (or are interested in) rural stormwater infrastructure, including contractors, consultants, government staff, conservation authority staff, NGOs, drainage superintendents (and other municipal staff) and rural landowners. Learn more and register.

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  • All day
    2017/06/23
    Homewood Suites by Hilton Calgary Airport, 2021 100 Avenue Northeast, Calgary, AB T3N, Canada
    Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership (ALIDP)

    The event will be in the Nose Creek watershed along Highway 2 between Calgary and Airdrie. This watershed was the first to adopt runoff volume targets for stream protection. The event is shaping up to be a Tale of Three Subdivisions: Saddleridge Bioretention Garden rejuvenation; Jacksonport industrial/commercial subdivision; and the High Plains Industrial Park. Each site has a unique story to tell. Register here.

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  • 1:00 PM-4:30 PM
    2017/06/27
    1275 Maple Hill Ct, Newmarket, ON L3Y 9E8, Canada
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    The intent of this workshop is to provide an overview of the Low Impact Development Treatment Train Tool (LID TTT) Version 1.0 available for release on the STEP website. This is a free workshop. A maximum of two registrants per interested organization are allowed to attend. Registration closes June 26th, 2017. Learn more and register.

  • 7:30 PM-9:00 PM
    2017/06/27
    Council Chambers District of North Vancouver, 355 West Queens Road, North Vancouver, BC V7N 4N5, Canada
    Feature image for Imagine 12000 rain garden Vancouver 2017

    In this community talk, the director of Stewardship Partners, Aaron Clark, will discuss the 12,000 Rain Gardens for Puget Sound Campaign launched in 2011. An effective blend of regionally coordinated but locally driven efforts, the 12,000 Rain Garden campaign has played a major role in taking the rain garden concept from obscure to commonplace and from outlier to mainstream in terms of stormwater management strategies. Simon Fraser University's Faculty of Environment's Pacific Water Research Centre and partners invite you to learn about the exciting rain garden initiative in Puget Sound and explore what it would take to build 12,000 rain gardens on Vancouver's North Shore. This event is free. Learn more and register.

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