Something to Be Thankful For

The Stormwater Scoop for November 15, 2017.

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The Stormwater Scoop
News and Notes from the Chesapeake Stormwater Network
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  November 15, 2017
CSN Turns 10!
Thank you to our network

Before we get into the meat of this month’s Stormwater Scoop, we’re going to take a moment to do two things that we really hate doing (we promise!): brag and ask for a favor. CSN turned 10 years old in 2017, and we are very proud of what we have accomplished. In the last year alone, we have:


·         Delivered 14 webcasts and 8 on-site workshops

·         Released 6 new BMP Fact Sheets and 3 special reports

·         Traveled to every state in the Bay watershed

·         And tallied over 8,000 training hours


We are thankful that we have been able to provide these resources at absolutely no cost to you, because we think you deserve it! So here comes the hard part… if you appreciate the services that CSN provides and would like to support our future training programs and technical resource development, please consider donating a few dollars this year. We hope you’ll think of it as a well-earned 10-year birthday present. Thank you for continuing to read/watch/support us, we can’t stress enough how much we appreciate you. Now back to your regularly scheduled program!


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Cheers,

Tom, David and the CSN board




Why Stormwater Matters
Impervious Cover and Stream Health
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Check out some CSN classics on the impacts of impervious cover on stream health and the implications for watershed managers:

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Webcast: Good Housekeeping and Municipal Pollution Prevention
November 16, 2017


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Webcast: 
Impervious Cover Model: Revisited
December 14, 2017


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Partner News
The Chesapeake Bay Program's Land Use Workgroup has released their draft 2025 land use projections for partner review. The projections will be used to help partners plan pollutant reduction activities in the coming years. 

To review the land use projections, visit the LUWG page at the link below. Comments are due by December 8th.





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