Water Resource Protection | Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference
NPS Conference Archives - 2017 Presentations
General Session 1 – Making Change Happen: How to Increase Adoption of Stormwater Practices
Concurrent Session 2.1 – Planning, Tracking and Designing – Oh My!
- Massachusetts Watershed Based Plans: A New Web-Based Tool for Statewide Watershed Planning
Bob Hartzel, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
- Microbial Source Tracking in the Navesink River Watershed in New Jersey: A Rapid, Cost-Effective Method Using Scent-Trained Canines
Swarna Muthukrishnan, PhD, Clean Ocean Action & Zachary Lees, Esq., Clean Ocean Action
- Stormwater Retrofitting in Lamoille County, Vermont – Collaboration for Project Planning, Design, and Implementation
Andres Torizzo, Watershed Consulting Associates & Kimberly Jensen, Lamoille County Conservation District
Concurrent Session 2.2 – Getting it All Together: Effective Collaboration
Concurrent Session 3.1 – Implementation: What Are We Learning?
- Boston’s Green Infrastructure Revolution – I Love that Dirty Watah!
Kate England, Boston Water and Sewer Commission & Richard Claytor, P.E., Horsley Witten Group, Inc.
- Roger Williams Park – Episode 2: The Park Awakens
Brian Kuchar, RLA, P.E., Horsley Witten Group, Inc. & Brian Byrnes, CPSI, Providence Department of Parks and Recreation
- The Long Road to Big Shortcuts in NPS Stormwater Management
James Houle, University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center & Bill Boulanger, Dover, New Hampshire Public Works and Utilities
Concurrent Session 3.2 – Adapting to Change and Thinking Ahead
General Session 4 – Nutrient Reduction and Reuse
General Session 5 – Watching the River Flow
Field Trip: Franklin County LID
- Transit Center Curbless Island, Greenfield
- Olive St. Sidewalk Rain Garden, Greenfield
- High School Rain Gardens, Greenfield
- Deerfield Academy Green Roof, Greenfield
- Unity Park Rain Gardens, Turner Falls
- Riverfront Park, Orange