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Low Impact Development in the Nisqually Watershed

“Low impact development (LID) is a natural approach to manage, clean and infiltrate stormwater by mimicking natural
hydrology. LID can be applied to new developments as well retrofits and can be less costly than standard development.

[Ed. Note: This is an important meeting for our area]

Friday, November 16, 2007 9:00 am to 12:30 pm

at the

Yelm School District HQ Conference Room

Nisqually Watershed Program overview
Low impact development
Principles & techniques
Comparison with conventional stormwater management
New developments
Financial advantages of LID
LID techniques
Rain gardens
Green roofs
Other bioretention
Financial lending for LID projects
Marketing LID, the growing market of LID

Low Impact Development in the Nisqually Watershed
Time: 9:00 am to 12:30 pm
Location: Yelm School District HQ
107 1st Street North
(Directions sent upon registration)
Fee: $25 for general public
$40 for 3 continuing education clock hours for Real Estate Salespeople and Brokers.
Fee includes resource materials and refreshments.

Audience: Developers, builders, planners, site designers, engineers, real estate professionals, homeowners, and the general public.

Download registration form
or contact Kelly McGinnis at
360-786-5445 x 7915

To pay by credit card
(VISA or MasterCard)
contact Kelly at 360-786-5445 x7915

This workshop highlights the Nisqually Watershed Program, focusing on LID as a major way to protect and care for this precious area. If you are a developer, builder, stormwater manager, planner, site designer, real estate professional, lending professional, homeowner, or interested citizen who lives, works and/or plays in the Nisqually Watershed, this workshop is for you.

Co-sponsored by Washington State University and Stewardship Partners,” quoting the Nisqually Stewardship Partners emailer.

Posted by Steve on November 7, 2007 at 6:45 am | Permalink

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