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Upcoming webcasts from the Chesapeake Stormwater Network
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Greetings Stormwater Friends!

Just a quick note to let you know that our Fall webcast series is coming together nicely. As you all know, all of our webcasts are offered for FREE but advanced registration is required. Looking forward to another great Fall of web-base training.

Cheers.


Engaging Residents in Restoration 

17 million people live within the watershed and engaging them in restoration is going to be a key part of cleaning up the Bay! Join us to hear from some of the experts in the field on how best to engage the private residents of the Chesapeake Bay watershed in restoration techniques.
  • next-week 2Neighborhood Engagement in Restoration…Easy as 1-2-3! Join us as our friends from Maryland Sea Grant take us through what it means to engage residents in stormwater restoration
  • Becoming Riverwise! Where our friends from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay will share with us their experience in engaging residents on managing their property to minimize harmful impacts to local waterways and the Bay watershed. This webinar will be a great "how-to" for other organizations or local governments looking to implement a similar residential stewardship program.
To sign up for any of these, click the links above or visit our Fall Webcast Series page here.

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Managing Nutrients from Turf

Building off the UNM expert panel recommendations that were approved over two years ago, these webinars will discuss how best to employ those recommendations in different settings and some of the management implications associated with the UNM best practices.
  • Managing Nutrients in Residential and Recreational Areas: This webcast will explore how the management of nutrients on residential lawns and athletic fields impacts water quality, management tools and recommendations to improve soils, how to reduce fertilizer inputs without sacrificing turf quality, how turf professionals communicate with their clients and how local and state governments can work with the turf and landscape industry to promote urban nutrient management.
  • Managing Nutrients on Golf Courses: This webcast will explore how the management of nutrients on golf courses and urban lands impacts water quality, the relevance to regulatory systems like Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) and MS4 permits, how some states are using nutrient management to meet EPA regulations, and what role the golf course community can play. 
To sign up for any of these, click the links above or visit our Fall Webcast Series page here.
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As always, all of our webcasts are offered FREE of charge but registration is required. Click here to register.
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