This is a 7.5 hour live lecture presentation with the instructors and students together in the same room. It will be conducted in a handicap-accessible conference room with ample seating space and writing surface for all attendees. Bound written materials, authored by the faculty, will be distributed to all participants at the program. Attendance will be monitored and reported to LA/CES.
This course covers the importance of, and strategies for, community engagement for green infrastructure, MS4 stormwater permit requirements, how plants and soils work together, and stormwater permit requirements and procedures.
Water / Stormwater Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
Learners will be able to discuss how green infrastructure goals can be advanced by engaging local communities and explain how green infrastructure's potential for greater community value extends beyond stormwater management.
Learners will be able to reference municipal separate storm sewer system regulations and discuss compliance issues, documentation, and recordkeeping.
Learners will be able to describe how plants and soils work together in green infrastructure efforts, explain their environmental benefits, select green infrastructure components, and be able to pair the right plant with the right drainage medium.
Learners will be able to participate in stormwater permitting procedures and be able to identify which projects are exempt from permit requirements.
Joy Kuebler, Mary MacSwan, Rosaleen Nogle
HalfMoon Education Inc.