Low Impact Development (LID) is a decentralized or source control approach to stormwater management that focuses on maintaining or restoring the hydrologic cycle functions in a watershed. This approach is causing many communities and organizations to reevaluate their stormwater programs to see how LID can be used as part of a comprehensive watershed protection and restoration strategy. This Webcast will focus on how communities and institutions are using LID techniques to meet a wide range of water resource protection and community development objectives. It will feature Haymount, a large-scale Traditional Neighborhood Design community in Virginia that incorporates many LID techniques, and highlight other examples of LID designs and projects from throughout the country.
For general information contact Jean Balent
by telephone at 703-603-9924
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