Archived Webcasts

The following is a list of Archived Webcasts that are provided by the Training Partnership, as part of the Center for Watershed Protection’s national webcast series or from other training partners in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.

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[Webcast] Achieving the Goal of Stewardship

The long-term success and sustainability of the Chesapeake Bay restoration effort will ultimately depend on the actions and support of the 17 million residents who call the watershed home.
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[Webcast] Inspecting, Maintaining and Verifying LID Practices

Learn how to tell if an LID practice is in good shape or needs a makeover!
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[Webcast] Algal Flow-way Technologies

Learn about an innovative technology for getting your nutrient reductions toward meeting the Bay TMDL.
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[Webcast] Managing Pollutants from New and Redeveloped Land

Learn how to calculate pollutant reductions on new and redeveloped lands.
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[Webcast] Reducing Toxic Contaminants in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

How best management practices might provide multiple benefits of reducing nutrient and sediment pollution as well as toxic contaminants in waterways.
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[Webcast] Modeling Pollutant Load Reductions for TMDL and Pollution Reduction Plans

This webcast covers three (3) free modeling tools which can help develop current load estimates and future load projections using various BMP implementation scenarios.
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[Webcast] The State of Urban Nutrient Management

Learn how the Chesapeake Bay Program is is treating UNM as a TMDL credit and some examples from Delaware, Maryland and Virginia.
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[Webcast] Identifying and Targeting High Risk Turf Areas using GIS

How to create a GIS matrix for targeting your urban nutrient management outreach efforts.
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[Webcast] Monitoring Results and Lessons Learned from BUBBA Award Winning Restoration Projects

The restoration of the Linnean Park tributary and the daylighting and restoration of Broad Branch are two linked projects located in Northwest, Washington DC that restore in-stream habitat and improve the urban hydrology through a combination of bioretention, regenerative stream channel (RSC) design, and stream daylighting.
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[Webcast] Building Local Technical Capacity Networks for Small Scale Stormwater BMPs

Residential scale BMP implementation has been identified as a valuable strategy for meeting stormwater reduction goals so it is important that these small scale practices be designed and installed in a way that ensures they are getting the pollutant removal that was intended.
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