Rooftop to River: Tools for Restoring Watersheds

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We’re wrapping up the 8th Annual Salt Lake Countywide Watershed Symposium with a unique learning opportunity.

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November 21, 2014
8:30 – 5:00 pm
Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 West 3100 South, Valley City, UT 84119

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In partnership with the Salt Lake County Watershed Restoration and Planning Program and the University of Utah’s Ecological Planning Center,  we invite you to join this full-day workshop will be taught by national experts, David Hirschman and Bill Stack from the Center for Watershed Protection.

The workshop 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

Download the agenda, speaker bios and registration information here.

Register online here.

  • Workshop participants will be eligible for 7.5 continuing education credits.
  • Discounted registration costs are available to JRC members and partners.
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