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In this session, learn how Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) and their dedicated Green Teams brought their visions of holistic redevelopment to life, improving the environmental health and social-emotional wellbeing of their students and community.
0.05 CEU / 0.5 PDH
This course will discuss recent trends in this area, including onsite stormwater reuse; the use of native vegetation to aid with LID/GSI; bioretention and infiltration best practices; implementing LID/GSI in urban settings; and exploring local, state and federal initiatives for LID/GSI.
0.1 CEU/1.0 PDH
As the population of our planet continues to grow at a rapid rate, the amount of available water remains unchanged. This course will explain how the world adapts requires serious rethinking of our past and current practices for securing the future of our precious assets.
.1 CEU/1 PDH
In this course, over ten years of river restoration/repair case studies are presented.
.75 CEU/7.5 PDH
This course discusses how climate change impacts stormwater runoff, how to account for these changes in the design of stormwater and flood control facilities, and how secondary effects such as sea level rise indirectly impact stormwater runoff.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
This course will discuss the evolution of condition assessment and facility asset management in Portland, Oregon, and how that evolution has helped inform facility design and policy.
Explore a new condition assessment framework implemented in Portland, Oregon, in 2019 designed to inform operations and maintenance as well as overall functional condition.
Join us for this educational, two-part webinar as prolific speaker Dr. David T. Williams presents examples of common geometric mistakes and misunderstandings of culvert parameters using HEC-RAS that could have potentially significant effects on a culvert project’s hydraulic results.
2 PDH / 0.2 CEU
This course offers a “just right” collection of insights useful to those using surface water data, and to those making decisions that facilitate its use.
The District of Columbia and its partners are taking steps to reduce nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment pollution to meet water quality goals.
Working in partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and a team of experienced delivery partners, Corvias is complementing MMSD's existing green infrastructure (GI) program through the implementation and management of a platform-based solution that aggregates and streamlines the financial, procurement and project delivery efforts within the District’s service area throughout communities in the Greater Milwaukee Area.
This introductory course will discuss different types of streams and geomorphological processes that influence the stream pattern and landform.
Discuss what wetlands are, the different types, and why they are protected (Clean Water Act Section 404) due to the important functions and values they provide us.
This course will guide prospective grant writers in 1) determining exactly what funders hope to fund, and; 2) in ensuring that everything proposed in narratives has a clear connection to those expectations to increase chances of securing financial resources necessary to implement a project.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
Green Stormwater infrastructure (GSI) has mainly been focused on water quality improvement as part of TMDL or Watershed Protection Plans implementation. Despite abundant scientific evidence of the effectiveness of GSI, its widespread adoption in municipalities has not occurred.
The presentation will discuss the process to develop the document and well as details on the document contents, including GSI BMP technical guidance sheets, standard drawings, BMP train diagrams, plant selection resources, and maintenance considerations.
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