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Best Management Practices for Rainwater
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Best Management Practices for Rainwater

Unmanaged rainwater/ stormwater can cause costly damages to property and significant loss of soil and freshwater resources. For these reasons a series of Best Management Practices have been identified that model ecological processes that slow, collect, and absorb stormwater runoff, and trap/ filter out water pollutants ultimately protecting finite freshwater resources.

3/23/2013
When: 3/23/2013
10:00 AM until 2:00 PM
Where: Green Valleys Association at Welkinweir
Pottstown, PA 
United States
Contact: Green Valleys Association

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Unmanaged rainwater/ stormwater can cause costly damages to property and significant loss of soil and freshwater resources. For these reasons a series of Best Management Practices have been identified that model ecological processes that slow, collect, and absorb stormwater runoff, and trap/ filter out water pollutants ultimately protecting finite freshwater resources. Three experts in the field will explain the background & importance of stormwater BMP's, design & construction practices, and management & monitoring protocols/ strategies. The program will conclude with an "In the Field” panel discussion where case studies will be examined and questions welcomed.

To register, email, info@greenvalleys.org or phone, (610) 469-4990. Workshop will be held at GVWA’s headquarters at the Welkinweir Estate in Pottstown, PA. For directions visit: www.greenvalleys.org.

This seminar qualifies for 3.5 recertification credits for Pennsylvania Certified Horticulturist (PCH) and Landscape Industry Certified Technician (CLT).

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