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Thursday, June 5, 2014  
Low Impact Development: Designing For Drought
 
 
LOCATION AND TIME
 
9:00 AM  - 4:00 PM
Long Beach Groundwater Treatment Plant
2950 Redondo Ave
Long Beach, California 90806   (Map)
 
 
 
 
DESCRIPTION
 

The Council for Watershed Health invites you to learn from a distinguished group of experts how to tackle the challenges and opportunities of Low Impact Development.  Drawing from our experience at the Elmer Paseo and the collective knowledge of our speakers, you will leave our Sustainable Landscape Seminar prepared to tackle even the most challenging LID project.

·         This seminar will use case studies to address:

·         LID design and technology employment best practices.

·         Operations and monitoring driven design.

·         Community input and site stewardship.

·         Monitoring BMP performance and water quality and supply benefits.

Speakers:

Larry Rich, Sustainability Coordinator, City of Long Beach
Taylor Parker, Principal, Tidal Influence
Mauricio Argente, Vice President, Tetra Tech
Ivar Ridgeway, Los Angeles Regional Water Board
Kristy Morris, Ph.D, Program Manager and Senior Scientist with the Council for Watershed Health


 
 
 
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