Grab your lunch and join CBLP for a free webinar on “Re-Verifying Residential BMPs: Lessons learned while creating a protocol ” with guests: Barbara Gavin and Justin Shafer.
Elizabeth River Project began implementing residential Best Management Practices (BMPs) for pollution reduction credit (nitrogen, phosphorus, and sediment) in 2014 with funding from the City of Norfolk. These projects range from rain gardens and lawn care plans to living shorelines and riparian buffer plantings. The Elizabeth River Project has created a re-verification process that is transferrable among organizations and localities working with property owners to cost share BMPs. This session will review the process, provide examples of sites, discuss the tools used in the process and highlight how the City of Norfolk uses this information.
Previous topics have included:
December 2021: Greening Southside RVA, Ann Jurczyk, Director VA Outreach and Advocacy, Chesapeake Bay Foundation
October 2021: Riparian Buffer Success Stories with Casey Shaw, Elizabeth River Project, VA and Jason Traband, Bayland Consultants, MD
August 2021: Stormwater BMP’s for Urban Farming, with Kelley Oklesson
March 2021: Managing Mature Trees, with Trista Imrich, Carol Heiser, Kristina Bezanson, & Dawn Taft
February 2021: Lawn Conversion in Pennsylvania, with Teddi Stark, Kelsey Miller, & Ryan Davis
October 2020: Riparian Buffers for Landscape Pros, with Justin Ulanoski Jimmy Dick, Kate Austin, & Dave Hirschman
May 2020: COVID Resources, with Jeff Howe, Lauren Wheeler, Darlene Robbins, & Nick Myers
The Today’s Menu Series is an informal lunchtime webinar series for the CBLP community.