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United States Environmental Protection Agency
Low Impact Development Strategies, Tools and Techniques for Sustainable Watersheds
Sponsored by: U.S. EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans, & Watersheds, Watershed Academy
Original Time/Date of Presentation:

October 19, 2005, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM, EDT (17:00-19:00 GMT)

Presentation Overview:

Low Impact Development (LID) is a decentralized or source control approach to stormwater management that focuses on maintaining or restoring the hydrologic cycle functions in a watershed. This approach is causing many communities and organizations to reevaluate their stormwater programs to see how LID can be used as part of a comprehensive watershed protection and restoration strategy. This Webcast will focus on how communities and institutions are using LID techniques to meet a wide range of water resource protection and community development objectives. It will feature Haymount, a large-scale Traditional Neighborhood Design community in Virginia that incorporates many LID techniques, and highlight other examples of LID designs and projects from throughout the country.

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