following are Low Impact Development (LID) Workshops that are currently offered
The WSU Puyallup Low Impact Development Program offers a variety of educational opportunities to the stormwater community throughout the year. In addition, we offer an Annual Review of local Low Impact Development Research and partner with other organizations offering LID education to local communities.
The Washington State University LID Technical Workshop Series provides the latest design guidelines, science, construction details, and practical experience necessary to properly design, build and maintain LID practices. All classes will be conducted at the Washington Stormwater Center on the WSU-Puyallup campus. Hands-on learning opportunities will augment the classwork. Instructors of the four, two-day workshops are regional experts. Read more…
Start planning for your LID code review and update process or learn some new strategies for recharging your existing process. The Washington State Department of Ecology is hosting a series of 8 FREE trainings throughout the state. These trainings are designed to equip Phase II jurisdictions throughout Washington with the clear, relevant, and directly applicable knowledge and tools needed to update their codes and regulations, in compliance with the NPDES Municipal Stormwater permit requirements. In Eastern Washington, these trainings will provide a great opportunity for Phase II jurisdictions to learn how their current codes might conflict with LID practices, and how to update their codes to allow new and redevelopment projects to incorporate LID features.
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This webinar provides:
- Clarification for relevant permit requirements and timelines
- Participants understanding of code review process and responsibilities
- Participants with six easy-to-follow steps to LID code updates/integration
- Participants with solutions to the challenges and barriers to LID code integration, walk through real-world examples, and hear insights and lessons learned from Phase I permittees
- Participants with opportunities for ongoing support (post-training)
Watch and learn why this matters to your community!
Remember: LID code requirements differ between Eastern and Western Washington - talk to your Ecology permit manager if you have questions about your jurisdiction's responsibilities.To learn more about the statewide LID training plan, see the project background and the final plan document at http://www.wastormwatercenter.org/statewide-lid-training-program-plan/
Other Training Opportunities
The 12,000 Rain Garden Campaign offers public workshops across Puget Sound. For a list of current workshops or to request a workshop for your community visit www.12000raingardens.org or email email@example.com
WSU Puyallup LID Research Center Annual Review
Each year we offer a one-day symposium that will review data from the past year's research at the Puyallup LID Facility and discuss future research potential. In addition, we invite researchers from across the nation to share and compare results. This review is a great opportunity to stay up to date on the most cutting edge-research in the field of Low Impact Development and Green Stormwater Infrastructure.