The Jordan River Commission is pleased to announce the next educational opportunity in the Best Practices for Riverfront Communities Training Series.
This full-day workshop will be taught by national experts, David Hirschman and Bill Stack from the Center for Watershed Protection, and is geared towards a broad audience of planners, engineers, landscape architects, developers, municipal public works departments, and ecologists.
Come ready to do hands on exercises and learn about:
- Tools for watershed restoration – from the rooftop to the river
- The art and science of storm water retrofitting, with hands-on training
- Stream restoration’s role in watershed restoration
- Large basin TMDLs: Lessons from the Chesapeake Bay and elsewhere
- How to score, rank and prioritize in context of a watershed plan
Registration opens October 1, and space is limited to 60 participants to ensure an effective student to instructor ratio for design exercises. More information is available here.
Workshop participants will be eligible for 7.5 continuing education credits.
Discounted registration costs are available to JRC members and partners. Per person registration rates are as follows:
- $75 – Jordan River Commission member governments and partners, and all non-profit partners
- $100 – All other governments
- $125 – Private