Increasing the Delivery of Residential Stewardship Practices in Urban Watersheds

Increasing the Delivery of Residential Stewardship Practices in Urban Watersheds

September 15, 2011

Presented by Chesapeake Stormwater Network.

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Local stormwater managers will need to play a greater role in enhancing public involvement, expanding stormwater education and delivering residential stewardship practices. This webcast will focus on how local governments and watershed groups can engage the public to improve the quality of runoff from their homes and yards. The webcasts will feature the lessons learned in implementing programs to build rain gardens, disconnect roof leaders, install rain barrels and plant trees to restore the Bay. Learn about the tricks for reaching out to the public and providing meaningful incentives to motivate homeowners to keep stormwater on their property. Case studies will be featured from several local demonstration projects across the Bay watershed.

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