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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    Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership Logo

    5:30 PM-7:30 PM
    2017/12/06
    PriMED Mosaic Centre, 2003 91 Street Southwest, Edmonton, AB T6X 1A2, Canada

    Did you know there are several LID performance monitoring and research projects underway in Alberta? Join Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership (ALIDP) for a pint or a flight and a chocolate pairing at the Village Brewery to hear about early results and where these initiatives are headed. The event will run 5 to 7:30 p.m. local time; three presentations will begin at 6:00 and end at 6:45. Learn more and register.

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    07.December.Thursday
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    12:00 PM-1:00 PM
    2017/12/07

    Several years of winter snow accumulation, ploughing, melt and salt loading data were carefully collected at three different Southern Ontario locations in order to develop, calibrate and validate a simple salt application optimization tool built on the empirical temperature index (TI) method. Ultimately, it is hoped that this tool can help road maintenance managers improve the strategic application of road salts, particularly in salt vulnerable areas. The webinar will focus on the research and development of the tool and a case study of the tool will be presented. Learn more and register.

  • 07
    07.December.Thursday
    Andy Reese P.E., LEEP AP

    2:00 PM-3:00 PM
    2017/12/07

    As a stormwater community, we have for years relied upon common urban stormwater hydrologic design methodologies and trusted their results. But, should we? Join returning speaker Andy Reese as he exposes the black box of urban hydrology. In this webinar, Andy will (with his normal humor) “lay bare” the popular urban stormwater methodologies, as well as their key elements, assumptions, most common misuses, and proper application. Andy Reese is a prominent and popular American water resources engineer, writer, speaker, and textbook author. Learn more and register.

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  • 5:30 PM-7:30 PM
    2017/12/06
    PriMED Mosaic Centre, 2003 91 Street Southwest, Edmonton, AB T6X 1A2, Canada
    Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership Logo

    Did you know there are several LID performance monitoring and research projects underway in Alberta? Join Alberta Low Impact Development Partnership (ALIDP) for a pint or a flight and a chocolate pairing at the Village Brewery to hear about early results and where these initiatives are headed. The event will run 5 to 7:30 p.m. local time; three presentations will begin at 6:00 and end at 6:45. Learn more and register.

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  • 12:00 PM-1:00 PM
    2017/12/07
    Logo of Sustainable Technology Evaluation Program (STEP)

    Several years of winter snow accumulation, ploughing, melt and salt loading data were carefully collected at three different Southern Ontario locations in order to develop, calibrate and validate a simple salt application optimization tool built on the empirical temperature index (TI) method. Ultimately, it is hoped that this tool can help road maintenance managers improve the strategic application of road salts, particularly in salt vulnerable areas. The webinar will focus on the research and development of the tool and a case study of the tool will be presented. Learn more and register.

  • 2:00 PM-3:00 PM
    2017/12/07
    Andy Reese P.E., LEEP AP

    As a stormwater community, we have for years relied upon common urban stormwater hydrologic design methodologies and trusted their results. But, should we? Join returning speaker Andy Reese as he exposes the black box of urban hydrology. In this webinar, Andy will (with his normal humor) “lay bare” the popular urban stormwater methodologies, as well as their key elements, assumptions, most common misuses, and proper application. Andy Reese is a prominent and popular American water resources engineer, writer, speaker, and textbook author. Learn more and register.

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