Catching Rain: Low Impact Development and Green Stormwater Strategies for Real Estate Professionals Vancouver
Low Impact Development (LID), or Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI), requirements for new construction and redevelopment are coming soon in many cities and counties across the state. Learn about these stormwater management techniques and why new requirements are being put in place, as well as how the changes may affect you and your clients. Development and green-industry professionals, along with experts from WSU Extension are providing a series of cutting edge training workshops across the state.
These free workshops will provide 7.5 clock hours for real estate brokers and appraisers!
Each workshop includes a free lunch and a 90-minute field trip for a hands-on look at LID/GSI features.
What's in it for you?
7.5 clock hours for real estate brokers and appraisers
Cutting-edge knowledge of stormwater-management techniques and regulations and marketing approaches
Networking with regional colleagues
Great lunch and snacks to keep you fueled throughout the day!
Topics Covered Include:
Best Management Practices for Low Impact Development (LID)--both required and voluntary; techniques include rain gardens, pervious pavements, catchment, and more
Latest information on federal, state, and local regulations
How LID/GSI can save developers money
How LID/GSI can solve water runoff problems on existing sites.
Working with clients and title companies when LID features are on site or needed
Marketing and appraisal overview of LID
Lessons learned in the industry
Maintenance requirements for the different LID/GSI techniques
These free workshops are funded through a Washington State Department of Ecology grant.
WSU programs and employment are available to all without discrimination.
Department of Ecology Vancouver Field Office
2108 Grand Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98992
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