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Low Impact Development Design in Coastal SC: Challenging Sites

Date

April 07, 2021

Time

1:00-3:00pm

Location

Virtual

Narrative

This training webinar will focus on barriers to low impact development implementation, highlighting strategies for incorporation into sites with poorly draining soils, shallow water table, or high impervious cover. The workshop is intended for engineers, landscape architects, stormwater staff, and other design professionals. 1.5 hours of AICP credit and CEUs or PDHs available.

This 2-hour training will include:

· Presentations from professional engineers with the Center for Watershed Protection

· Barriers to LID implementation using the Coastal LID manual and other available resources

· Design strategies for sites with poorly draining soil, high water table and/or high impervious cover

· Specifics for design practices for LID in challenging conditions

· Coastal SC case studies from Surculus and Robinson Design Engineers

This training is hosted by the ACE Basin NERR and North Inlet – Winyah Bay NERR Coastal Training Programs, Clemson Extension, and the S.C. Sea Grant Consortium. It is sponsored by the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium and Lowcountry Stormwater Partners.

Please feel free to share this announcement with colleagues that may be interested.

Questions? Contact: Maeve Snyder at (843) 904 – 9034 or msnyder@baruch.sc.edu

Informational Flyer

Contact

Maeve Snyder, Coastal Training Programs Coordinator

msnyder@belle.baruch.sc.edu

Type
  • Training
  • Webinar
  • Workshop
Audience
  • Coastal/Resource Managers
  • Consultants
  • Engineers
  • Landscape Architects
  • Local Government
  • Planners
  • Pond Management Professionals
  • Stormwater Managers
Categories
  • Low Impact Development
  • Non-point Source Pollution
  • Stormwater Management
  • Sustainable Development
Focus Areas
  • Statewide: Coast
Quarter
  • Spring 21 (Apr - Jun)
Leading Org.
  • North Inlet-Winyah Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve
Supporting Orgs.
  • ACE Basin CTP
  • Clemson Extension
  • S.C. Sea Grant Consortium
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