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Implementing Low Impact Development Sites Workshop: The LID Guidance Template
March 2, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm$40
A low impact development guidance template has recently been completed for Western Oregon. The Rogue Valley Stormwater Advisory Team will be reviewing and adapting the manual for Rogue Valley municipalities and anticipates adopting it in the near future. Come find out what new information will be available in the manual to ease design, construction, and maintenance of LID projects.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
1. What is low impact development and why detention does not protect water quality.
2. Stormwater Management Framework. The difference between preventing runoff (i.e. managing rainfall) and reducing runoff (i.e. managing runoff) and why BMPs should be applied to every developed land surface.
3. What BMPs are included in the guidance template, with an overview of information available on each BMP. Over 20 BMPs are included in the guidance template covering everything from shared parking spaces to rain gardens to drywells. Overview of planning and design tools to implement BMPs including:
* BMP Suitability Matrix
* LID Implementation Form
* Worksheets for BMP sizing
* Standard Details
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Anyone who develops, plans, designs, constructs, or maintains new development, re-development, and/or retrofit construction/land development projects (i.e. developers, architects, engineers, landscape architects, contractors, maintenance staff, wetland scientists, etc.)
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
This class is has no pre-approvals, but you may apply for credits through your respective licensing organizations, using the learning objectives listed above.
Maria Cahill owns a certified woman-owned business and has 17 years of experience in green land development projects in civil engineering and landscape architecture firms. Green Girl LDS is dedicated to sharing that experience with land development professionals through collaboration on outreach, education, and real world projects. Maria has facilitated numerous trainings on sustainable land development topics to various audiences in locations all over the state and is particularly skilled in breaking down complex topics into regular old English.
Sponsored by Rogue Valley Sewer Services