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Blog Posts with Tag: stormwater runoff

Love this new tool:

Wednesday, 12 March 2014 14:15:00

Created by environmental engineer Adam Erispaha, this new web tool helps you compute a stormwater runoff hydrograph....
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The Stormwater Runoff 5K

Thursday, 05 December 2013 16:00:00

When I hear about an innovative way to get people interested in the impacts of stormwater, I have to share it. Recently, the Lower Merion Conservancy held an ambitious event: the Stormwater Runoff 5K Trail Run. Here, Patrick Gardener and Chelsea Heck share a guest blog about their experiences of drawing attention to stormwater. ...
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The Role of Trees and Forests in Managing Municipal Stormwater

Tuesday, 05 June 2012 09:30:00

June 5th Webinar at Noon, presented by the Pennsylvania Urban & Community Forestry Council. Featuring Vincent Cotrone, Extension Urban Forester, ISA Certified Arborist, Penn State Extension & the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management....
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Getting Local About Stormwater: Saving Streams helps the Chesapeake Bay

Wednesday, 30 May 2012 12:15:00

At a recent meeting of self-described "stormwater geeks" facilitated by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Chesapeake Stormwater Network, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, and Water Environment Research Foundation, discussions ranged far and wide. At the end of the day (two days, actually),they came back to the central theme: local implementation is what will get the job done......
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EPA and City of Philadelphia Sign Landmark Agreement

Wednesday, 11 April 2012 10:00:00

Yesterday saw another Philadelphia first, when U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa Jackson and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, joined by U.S. Representative Allyson Schwartz and city and federal officials, signed an agreement that represents a $2 billion investment in Philadelphia green infrastructure during an event at the Fairmount Water Works....
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