Wed, June 1612pm-1pm ET
Low-impact development (LID) is a green infrastructure approach that emphasizes conservation and use of on-site natural features for stormwater management and water quality protection. The approach can also enhance community character, improve aesthetics, and help create a strong eco-friendly vision for a community. This workshops looks at the basics that are required to make LID successful, and will present numerous case studies for how LID has been implemented.
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Jim Sipes is an award-winning urban designer, environmental planner, landscape architect, and writer with more than thirty years of experience. His design solutions focus on taking an integrated approach to water resources and green infrastructure. He has written more than a dozen books, including Creating Green Roadways (Island Press), and has written approximately 400 articles over the years. He is the founding principal of Sand County Studios and is a Visiting Professor at Penn State University. He is a Certified Landscape Architect and is registered in several states.