Stormwater News

2015 Turning a New Leaf Conference

The conference educates professionals with the latest information on sustainable landscaping and development best practices.
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Urban BMP Fact Sheets
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Urban BMP Fact Sheets simplify the Expert Panel reports to “Just the Facts”
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Interim Assessments Released

EPA releases the Chesapeake Bay jurisdictions’ interim assessments. Read more here!
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Revised VA Chesapeake Bay TMDL Action Plan Guidance Document Released!

Virginia releases the revised version of their guidance document.
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Multi-State Version of Rain Garden App Now Available‏

UCONN’s Rain Garden Design App Now with Multiple State Data
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Integrated Green Stormwater Infrastructure Guide
District-Wide LID Demonstration Program

EPA releases a new guide on Public Private Partnerships for addressing water quality needs
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Reducing Lawn Fertilizer Use and Stormwater Runoff Workshop

Coming up June 9, 2015 at PSU
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Stormwater Stumblings?
Spring Pollen

Happy Spring! I don’t know about you but I sure am happy to say goodbye to winter. It’s so nice see the magnolia and dogwood trees in bloom. But I sure hope your sinuses are faring better than mine!
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Peculiarities of Pervious Cover Final Report
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HOT OFF THE PRESS: Where are all the Nutrients Coming From? Final Report Now Available on Pollutant Loads from urban land!
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Green Infrastructure and the Sustainable Communities Initiative
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This report published by HUD’s Office of Economic Resilience, shares the green infrastructure best practices and outputs of grantees under HUD’s Sustainable Communities Initiative (SCI). As part of HUD’s commitment under the Green Infrastructure Collaborative, the report features 30 HUD SCI grantees which have incorporated green infrastructure strategies and projects within their Community Challenge and Regional...Learn more...