• David M W.
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    Posted November 7, 2018

    [Webcast] Bringing Stormwater Research to Practice

    Register Now! Stormwater Management has changed dramatically in the last several years, as it has moved away from a flood control perspective toward the sustainability of our rivers and watersheds.  The tools that we use from rain gardens to pervious pavements and green roofs (Stormwater Control Measures) are from an engineering perspective still relatively new,…

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    Posted October 22, 2018

    [Webcast] Behavior Change and Outreach: Litter Reduction Programs

    Please join the Chesapeake Stormwater Network (CSN) as we talk to Ashley Van Stone, Executive Director for Trash Free Maryland, about citizen stewardship and trash reduction. We will hear about the work they are doing to promote trash and litter reduction programs across the state and learn some lessons about how to promote behavior change…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted September 17, 2018

    [Webcast] The Latest in Fecal Indicator Bacteria Management

    Elevated fecal indicator bacteria (FIB) levels remain the most frequent cause of water quality impairment in the U.S., and a challenge for state and local governments seeking to implement balanced programs to address multiple priorities at the lowest cost. The Chesapeake Stormwater Network (CSN) helped coordinate a small team to dig into the latest science…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted September 4, 2018

    [Webcast] The Latest in Citizen Stewardship

    Register Here! Kacey Wetzel from the Chesapeake Bay Trust will discuss ongoing work to create an indicator to help track the impact of citizen stewardship efforts. She will also discuss a variety of tools under development that could help communities make decisions about which stewardship behaviors to target for their outreach campaigns.

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  • David M W.
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    Posted June 12, 2018

    [Webcast] Shoreline Management Insights

    The Chesapeake Stormwater Network is hosting a webcast this Thursday (6/14) on using Shoreline Management practices to meet TMDL goals while also improving coastal habitat. The webcast will walk through highlights from the BMP expert panel report and outline updates that were just approved by the Chesapeake Bay Program. Then, Albert McCullough (Sustainable Science LLC)…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted May 14, 2018

    [Webcast] Talking Trash: Implementing Trash Reduction Programs

    CSN has a new webcast with guest Anna Kasko (MDE)! Trash is a major challenge in urban watersheds, and one that can really resonate with residents. In this webcast, Anna will use examples from the Baltimore Harbor and Anacostia River to provide tips and guidance for communities looking to develop or improve upon their trash…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted March 2, 2018

    Chesapeake Stormwater Network – Paid Internship

    Join the Network and play a pivotal role in advancing sustainable stormwater, Low impact Development and urban watershed restoration practices in the Chesapeake Bay through training, research and technical assistance. Internship Responsibilities: As a member of the CSN team, duties will include: Conduct literature review on the general influence of climate change on plant and…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted January 24, 2018

    [Webcast] New Year, New Model, New WIPs

    Have you heard about the changes to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model? This webcast from the Chesapeake Stormwater Network will provide an overview of what’s new, and how it affects your work. We will also tell you how to get involved as the Phase III Watershed Implementation Planning process begins. Click Here to Register!

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  • David M W.
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    Posted December 6, 2017

    [Webcast] The Impervious Cover Model: Revisited

    The Impervious Cover Model was developed nearly 25 years ago as a relatively easy way to organize urban stream science and a tool to improve urban watershed management. In this webcast, Tom Schueler (Chesapeake Stormwater Network) will review what the latest science tells us about the strengths and weaknesses of the impervious cover model. Tom will…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted April 27, 2017

    [Webcast]: Why Watersheds Matter

    In these uncertain watershed times, it is important to take a step back and remind ourselves about the reasons that urban watersheds matter in our communities, what we can expect to happen to them in the coming years and how we can all practice better personal stewardship in our home watersheds. Join Tom Schueler of the…

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