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WORKSHOP - Low Impact Development: Sustainable Stormwater Management Design to Improve On-site Flow Control and Water Quality Treatment


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Course Title: WORKSHOP - Low Impact Development: Sustainable Stormwater Management Design to Improve On-site Flow Control and Water Quality Treatment
Course ID: GBS-300 Workshop
Status: OPEN
Date(s): August 19, 2020: 8:30am - 2:30pm
Location: Live Remote Attendance-- USA

Shoreline / Live-stream Remote, WA
Instructor: Curtis Hinman
Tuition: $0

 

Description:

This partial-day workshop provides a brief overview of low-impact development approaches and resources for building industry professionals and will include a classroom presentation and field activities. Low Impact Development (LID) is an alternative, systems-level approach to conventional stormwater management. Critical for the Pacific Northwest where water quality and salmon habitat protection are key issues, LID offers opportunities for sustainable site design and water efficiency.  The classroom and field portions of the course will be livestreamed to meet all safety requirements for covid-19.  The course is fully interactive with live real-time instruction, questions, activities, etc.
  

*Registration: There is no cost to attend this workshop but you must register to receive a link to join the live-stream. You may register online or by calling the Northwest Environmental Training Center at 425-270-3274.
 

Intended Audience:

  • Environmental Professionals
  • Landscape Architects
  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Planners
  • Plan and Permit Reviewers
  • Facility Managers
  • Developers
  • Construction Managers
  • Those who are interested in incorporating LID into existing site

 

Continuing Education Units: CEUs

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Course Topics

  • What is LID?
  • Benefits of LID
  • Northwest Storm Water Issues
  • Salmon Habitat Effects
  • Bio-Retention and Rain Gardens
  • Tree Box Filters
  • Green Streets
  • Rainwater Capture
  • Green Roofs
  • Permeable Pavers
  • Soil Amendments
  • Green Infrastructure
  • EPA LID Guidelines
  • LID Case Studies
  • Cost Reduction through LID
  • LID Tools and Resources

 

About the Instructor

Curtis Hinman

Curtis Hinman

Curtis Hinman is a Senior Stormwater Scientist based in Bellingham, Washington. Mr. Hinman has led academic programs and managed a diverse portfolio of projects ranging from bioretention media research, green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) design and statewide and national LID training programs. His most current research focused on developing high-performance plant-soil systems for stormwater filtration. Prior to managing media filter research and LID education programs at Herrera Environmental Consultants, Curtis was faculty with Washington State University (WSU) Extension and Department of Biological Systems Engineering. As the University’s Green Stormwater Infrastructure Specialist he co-designed and was lead scientist for the WSU Low Impact Development (LID) Research Program which is one of the largest LID research facilities in the U.S. Mr. Hinman is the author of the “Low Impact Development Technical Guidance Manual for Puget Sound” and the “Rain Garden Handbook for Western Washington”. Curtis also serves on several American Society of Civil Engineers committees developing national guidelines for green infrastructure and bioretention systems. Mr. Hinman earned a B.S. degree in Environmental Policy Analysis and Planning (specializing lake ecology and water resource management) from University of California Davis. He holds a Masters of Science degree with a concentration in stream ecology and watershed management from the Yale University.

 

What to Bring

In-person attendees should bring a notebook and pen or pencil.  Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be available. Lunch is on your own.

Online attendees must have a computer or tablet and high-speed internet.

Billing Information

In order to guarantee a space in a course, the tuition must be paid in full TWO WEEKS before the first day of the course by either check or credit card. State and government agencies paying with a purchase order are allowed payment under the two-week time frame if a copy of the purchase order is received by NWETC.

If You Need to Cancel

Cancellations*

  • With 31 or more days notice, we will offer a 100% refund or credit towards a future course. The credit is good for one year and may be applied to any course.
  • With 30-8 days notice, we will offer a course credit towards a future course. The credit is good for one year and may be applied to any course.
  • With fewer than 8 days notice, there is no course credit available


*Please note that attendee replacement is welcome at any time

Disability Accommodations

Disability Accommodations:

To request disability accommodations, please contact us at info@nwetc.org or 425-270-3274 at least 30 days prior to the event.


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  •   Live Remote Attendance-- USA Shoreline / Live-stream Remote, WA 98059

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*Reduced tuition available to employees of Native American tribes, nonprofits, and government agencies; students; and NAEP members.

If you have any trouble registering please call (425) 270-3274 ext 103
Please wait to receive a course confirmation email, roughly one month prior to the class, before making any travel arrangements. Please review what to bring!

 

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