When? Thursday, 12 October 2017, 12:00 pm EDT - 1:30 pm EDT
Cost: FREE

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Speakers:roadside ditch treatment

Tom Schueler, CSN

Reid Christianson, University of Illinois

Bill Wolinski, Talbot County

Steve Bloser, Penn State Center for Dirt and Gravel Roads

Eric Chase, Penn State Center for Dirt and Gravel Roads

View Archived Webcast & Resources

Improved management of the roadside ditch network can be an effective pollutant reduction strategy in many rural and/or un-regulated portions of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. In this exciting webcast, we will discuss new work being done to define a set of ditch management practices for future crediting towards Chesapeake Bay TMDL goals. Then, we will have several guests tell us more about these practices by sharing their work on ditch retrofits, ditch removal and more!

Webcast Recording

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Webcast Resources

Enhanced Roadside Ditch Management Presentation Slides

Slides from the webcast "Enhanced Roadside Ditch Management" which aired on October 12, 2017.

Version october 12 2017 | Size (24 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Draft Roadside Ditch Management Memo

Final draft memo from the Chesapeake Bay Roadside Ditch Management Team on options for crediting pollutant removal from roadside ditch management practices. Memo is currently under review by the Urban Stormwater Workgroup and Agriculture Workgroup.

Version may 22, 2017 | Size (1 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Re-plumbing the Chesapeake Watershed: Improving Roadside Ditch Management to Meet TMDL Water Quality Goals

The findings from a recent STAC research workshop on the impacts from roadside ditches and associated opportunities to meet Chesapeake Bay Program goals.

Version march 2016 | Size (2 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Ditch Extraction Final Report - Chesapeake Conservancy

Final report from the Chesapeake Conservancy's Roadside Ditch Mapping Project. Report describes, in detail, the data specifications and GIS procedures used in the pilot study in York and Lancaster County, PA.

Version october 12 2017 | Size (1 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Roadside Ditch and Shoulder Water Quality Enhancement Plan

Report from Kitsap, Washington with guidance and recommendations for retrofit measures that will promote water quality treatment and pollutant removal from stormwater runoff from county-owned roads.

Version october 16, 2017 | Size (7 MB) | File type (.pdf) | Download

Florida Stormwater Association Nutrient Reduction Calculation Methodology

Methodology for calculating nutrient and load reductions using FSA's Assessment Tool. Provides calculations for street sweeping and catch basin cleaning.

Version october 16, 2017 | Size (420 KB) | File type (.pdf) | Download


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