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Paid Webinar - Learn about living shorelines from a 20-year practitioner! - Thursday, February 27

Mr. Tyler has been constructing living shorelines for nearly 20 years, having done projects in most areas near or abutting water, including streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, estuaries, ocean fronts, and salt marsh inlets. So, if you work in any of these areas and are anywhere in the process of incorporating living shorelines, his expertise and versatility make him an excellent resource… and you can pick his brain in just 24 hours!

Join Forester University for a live, educational webinar tomorrow, Thursday, February 27, at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST as Mr. Tyler teaches you all you need to know about living shorelines—from definitions/types, functions, and benefits to underlying laws and common areas for implementation. He will use a variety of his recent projects (both coastal and inland) as case studies to demonstrate cutting-edge products, designs, and design principles while emphasizing how upland activities greatly impact coastal communities and thereby encouraging stakeholder meetings to discuss upstream options to prevent/minimize pollutant loads.

Ready to discover the many upsides of living shorelines, especially how they can help you combat increasingly larger storms? Follow the button below to register for this course before it’s too late to attend the live broadcast!

Complete this course to earn a 1 PDH / 0.1 CEU certificate