Resilient Watersheds: Adaptive Stormwater Management Short Course - Part 2
Resilient Watersheds: Adaptive Stormwater Management for Watersheds and Wildlife - A Three-Part Virtual Short Course October 2, 11, and 16, 2018
Urban streams are increasingly impacted by the double pressures of development and extreme weather trends. Use of climate adaptive stormwater practices can address these impacts, help restore the natural hydrology, and mitigate temperature and precipitation extremes. This three-part short course examines the use regenerative stormwater conveyances (RSC), an innovative green infrastructure practice, to build urban watershed resilience to storm, flood, and drought. The first session reviews the principles of site assessment, design, engineering, and performance, including RSC project examples and research findings. The second session highlights the Mill Creek Project case study, including the use of an RSC in a suite of adaptive stormwater control measures on a high school campus. The third session offers information to advance the use of climate adaptive stormwater practices at the local project level and potentially scale up to applications at the watershed scale.
1. Adaptive Stormwater Strategies for Extreme Weather Resilience - Tues, Oct 2, 2018, 8:30 am PT / 10:30 am CT
2. Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance: Mill Creek Case Study - Thur, Oct 11, 2018. 8:30 am PT 10:30 am CT
3. Getting Started with Local Adaptive Stormwater Management - Tues, Oct 16, 2018, 8:30 am PT / 10:30 am CT
Short course provided in partnership with the Model Forest Policy Program and Cumberland River Compact. Project made possible with funding from the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation