“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
Yelm School District HQ Conference Room
Nisqually Watershed Program overview
Low impact development
Principles & techniques
Comparison with conventional stormwater management
Financial advantages of LID
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.