Best Practices for Riverfront Communities: Training Series

TRAINING SERIES

The JRC is pleased to announce that registration is open for the first two training workshops in the Best Practices for Riverfront Communities Training Series.

Please join the Jordan River Commission and its partners for these exciting upcoming training workshops. Learn about the JRC’s Best Practices for Riverfront Communities toolbox and delve into the details of the with some of the nation and region’s leading experts. Ask questions about your projects, learn through hands-on exercises, and go home with useful materials and skills.

 

Online Registration FAQs

Q – I don’t have a PayPal account, can I still register online?

A – Yes! While we are using PayPal to process credit card purchases, you can still complete your purchase without a PayPal account.  Enter in your name and billing address and then click on “Check Out with PayPal”.  On the following screen, select “Don’t have a PayPal Account,” which appears near the bottom of the screen on the right side.  Complete your registration, and watch for an emailed receipt. If you get an error, the credit card you are using may be connected to another paypal account.  If you still have trouble please call (801) 589-8479.

 

Q -The workshop I want to attend is sold out.  Any chance you could make room?

A – The registration cap is determined by classroom capacity and by the instructor-to-student ratio most appropriate for managing small design workshops.  We cannot make any additional spaces available.  However, we can put you on a waiting list in the event that there is a cancellation.  Email lahanson(at)utah.gov to be put on the waiting list.

 

Best Practices for River Front Communities Training Series

Spring 2015
Integrating People and Wildlife in an Urban Setting


Date, agenda, instructor bios, and registration information coming soon!
November 21, 2014
Rooftop to River: Tools for Watershed Protection


David Hirshman and Bill Stack from the Center for Watershed Protection will be teaching this full-day training.

Download the agenda, instructor bios, and registration information here.

Register online here

7.5 continuing education credit hours available

 

Past Seminars

March 25 – 27, 2014
Streambank Soil Bioengineering & Restoration Project Design and Maintenance


This class is being taught by Chris Hoag, of Hoag Riparian Restoration; Eric McCulley and Ty Harrison, JRC Technical Advisory Committee members; and Jason Roper and Nathaniel Todea from NRCS

Download the agenda, instructor bios, and registration information here.

20 continuing education credit hours available

Click here to watch a video of this workshop
February 12, 2014
Preserving Open Space through Conservation Design & Transfer of Development Rights


This class is being taught by Randall Arendt, author of Rural By Design; Arthur C. Nelson and Sumner Swaner from the University of Utah's College of Architecture and Planning

Download the agenda, instructor bios, and registration information here.

7.5 continuing education credit hours availalble

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