A new report from the UC Berkeley School of Law – Center for Law, Energy & the Environment identifies actions water quality authorities can take to drive data collection and information sharing. Accelerating Cost-Effective Green Stormwater Infrastructure: Learning from Local Implementation recommends enhancing learning from local implementation efforts to address …
As we hopefully all know, one of the best ways to get green infrastructure (GI) or low impact development (LID) practices into the ground is to piggyback them onto other capital improvement practices. In fact some of the most successful communities we have come across are those who can promote cross-departmental …
Washing your car at home dumps oil, heavy metals, solvents and other harmful pollutants into storm drains, local streams, and eventually the Chesapeake Bay!
Crediting approved for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination programs.
Maryland and Virginia finalized and released their nutrient accounting guidance read more…
EPA releases the Chesapeake Bay jurisdictions’ 2-year milestones assessments. Read more here!
This smartphone or tablet based app follows the approach of our Bioretention Illustrated technical guide and walks the user step by step through the visual inspection process for a bioretention practice.
Watch CSN Executive Director, Tom Schueler, in his very own ‘TED’ talk discussing “The Role of Homeowner Stewardship in Restoring Our Streams and the Bay”!
CSN’s newly released Homeowner BMP Guide presents a step by step approach for analyzing your property to find out whether it makes sense to install a rain garden or other residential stewardship practices.
If retrofitting your property with a stormwater best management practice (BMP) paid dividends, would you do it?