"Putting the LID on Stormwater - Understanding
Low Impact Development (LID)" - A Free
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 from
9am-4:30pm at the River Lodge in Fortuna, CA
LID is an approach to land
development (or re-development) that works with nature to manage
stormwater as close to its source as possible.
Contractors, developers, planners, engineers, landscape architects, and business owners are invited to this free workshop on how to plan, design, and implement LID practices. Please join the North Coast Stormwater Coalition for a day-long workshop to learn about the nuts and bolts of LID as well as the LID requirements in the new State water quality regulations. The workshop will feature breakout sessions to customize the information to your needs and a site visit to showcase a local LID project.
Lunch will be
"Reining in the Rain:
Watershed-friendly Low Impact Development Site Design and Permeable
Pavements for Stormwater Management". This event took
place on January 23, 2013 at the Wharfinger Building in
Eureka, CA. See the downloads below for .pdfs of the
presentations. Unfortunately, the Interlocking Pavers Presentation
is too large for the website.
PLEASE NOTE: To view
these downloads, select your Adobe Acrobat program once the
download box opens. The file type may not be selected automatically
for you. If in doubt, save the file, then select "open with" -