Spokane: Green Solutions Seminar
A group of community partners has set a day-long seminar to discuss green infrastructure, sustainable site design, and stormwater management.
The seminar organizing committee includes Spokane Riverkeeper, AHBL, URS, Spokane River Forum, Spokane County Conservation District, Spokane County, the Spokane Parks & Recreation Department, community volunteers, and the City of Spokane.
Titled "Spokane: Green Solutions," the seminar will include a talk by Kari Mackenbach, National Green Infrastructure Practice Leader at URS Corp.; a legal overview by Rick Eichstaedt, of the Center for Justice; a look at the City's work to improve the health of the Spokane River, and several panel discussions with new ideas and practical tips. A virtual tour of green infrastructure already in place in the Spokane area also is planned.
The cost of the seminar is $40 and includes lunch from the New Leaf Bakery and snacks. Any proceeds will benefit the Spokane Riverkeeper. Registration is requested by Oct 16. Proof of completion is available for professionals to apply for continuing education credits.
Council Chambers in City Hall (View)
808 West Spokane Falls Boulevard
Spokane, WA 99201
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