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The Lehigh Valley Watershed Conference brings together professionals, citizens, watershed groups, municipal officials, professors, students, and YOU. The Conference presents up-to-date engaging and timely information on a variety of water resource topics. The theme of this Sixth Watershed Conference is Fresh Water Ecology. 

 The Landscape Track is eligible for 4.5 PCH CEUs.

10/13/2015
When: Tuesday, October 13, 2015
8 am - 5 pm
Where: Lehigh University STEPS Building
1 W Packer Ave
Bethlehem, PA  18015
United States
Presenter: Lehigh Valley Watershed
Contact: Kathy Salisbury
kvs14@psu.edu

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The Benefits and the Art of Storm Water Landscapes
Rain gardens, bioretention systems and naturalized storm water landscapes are growing in popularity and use. Learn about the benefits of these practices and how they can be artfully designed to add value to your community.

Watershed Based Green infrastructure Opportunities
Examine how watershed-scale Green Infrastructure techniques including engineered solutions (rain gardens) as well as ecosystem restoration initiatives (flood plain enhancement) are important elements of watershed management relative to water quality and wildlife habitat

Green Infrastructure Maintenance
Maintaining green infrastructure over the long term, after installation.

Using Pesticides Near Water
Learn about the importance of groundwater to Pennsylvania and management practices to protect groundwater from pesticide contamination.

For more information and to register for this conference please click here: SIXTH LEHIGH VALLEY WATERSHED CONFERENCE; FRESHWATER ECOLOGY

This course qualifies for 4.5 PCH CEUs.

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