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Browse our calendar below to find more stormwater-related training, conferences, webinars, and community events hosted by our members, partners or colleagues at other organizations.
Struggling with costly infrastructure deficits, the impacts of increasing urbanization, and changing weather patterns, how are today’s local governments going to address the challenges of urban stormwater management? Based on information contained in the report, New Solutions for Sustainable Stormwater Management in Canada, this webinar will give an overview of stormwater user fees and incentives for green infrastructure, highlighting successes and challenges in both U.S. and Canadian communities. Join Sara Jane O’Neill to this webinar! Sara is a Senior Research Associate for Smart Prosperity Institute, a national green economy think tank based at the University of Ottawa. Sara’s research focuses on sustainable communities and in finding economic ways to make our cities a better place to live for everyone. Register now.
- 0808.March.WednesdayConfederation College, Thunder Bay, ON P7B, Canada
During this two day course experienced instructors from Credit Valley Conservation, a leader for LID in Ontario will present valuable lessons learned from LID examples in Ontario and similar cold climate regions. Engineers, Architects, Landscape Designers and Contractors, Planners and Students should consider attending one or both days of the training course. Day 1 - Infrastructure – The Need to Evolve to Address 21st Century Challenges. Day 2 - How to Properly Construct Low Impact Development Stormwater Management. Learn more and register.
This webinar is intended for inspectors, engineers, and people working at permitting agencies. SWM LIDs are often used for quality control of runoff by capturing 25 mm of rainfall in most cases. The Upper Thames River Conservation Authority (UTRCA) along with help of local consultants, developers and municipalities have used SWM LIDs for quantity control from various projects by controlling the flows on the site under the post-development conditions utilizing the SWM LIDs on the site. Learn more and register.
Model My Watershed is a user friendly, online watershed modeling Web application intended for use by citizens, conservation practitioners, municipal decision-makers, educators, students, and others. This tool is part of a larger web application called WikiWatershed that is being developed by the Stroud Water Research Center. This free webcast is hosted by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Learn more and register.
- 2222.March.WednesdayPearson Convention Centre, 638 Steeles Avenue East, Brampton, ON L6T 4L7, Canada
TRIECA is Canada’s premier stormwater and erosion and sediment control conference, bringing together leading experts, influencers and distinguished research partners. Together, these participants play a defining role in shaping the future direction of the stormwater, erosion and sediment control and natural channel design industries. The conference format includes two full days of concurrent speaker sessions. TRIECA also features an industry tradeshow, offering delegates the opportunity to speak directly with representatives from a wide variety of leading solutions providers. Visit http://trieca.com/ for details.
- 2828.March.TuesdayRay Twinney Recreation Complex, 100 Eagle St W, Newmarket, ON, Canada
In this workshop, local conservation authorities will share technical expertise and experience to help you learn how to construct Low Impact Development (LID) effectively. Instructors: Steve Auger, Kyle Vander Linden. Learn more and register.
- 2929.March.WednesdayFanshawe Conservation Area, 1424 Clarke Road, London, ON, Canada
This workshop will benefit anyone involved in the construction of Low Impact Development (LID) projects including landscapers, contractors and contract administrators, conservation authority and agency staff, municipal inspectors, consulting and construction engineers. Learn more and register.
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