Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Urban Watershed Planning Workshop

Communities across the nation have discovered that they must work at the watershed level to solve their diverse water resource problems। They have also found that no matter what watershed they are working in, the same eight basic management tools are needed to mitigate the impacts of development: watershed planning, land conservation, aquatic buffers, better site design, erosion control, stormwater treatment practices, control of non-stormwater discharges, and watershed stewardship. A major emphasis of this class is the discussion of current stream restoration techniques an their use in urban settings.

Cill Ide Native Plant

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