Can Dogs Help Solve Vermont’s Water Quality Problems?
Science

Can Dogs Help Solve Vermont’s Water Quality Problems?

For water quality scientists there are many tools available for measuring pollution in the nation’s rivers, streams, lakes and ponds.  These tools range from measuring chemical concentrations, such as for dissolved oxygen, alkalinity, phosphorus and nitrogen to biological toxicity test organisms such as daphnia, minnows and mollusks.  In the last 5-10 years using domestic canines … Continue reading

Workshop Highlights Green Stormwater Infrastructure
Progress / Science

Workshop Highlights Green Stormwater Infrastructure

Question: What do you get when you bring together 100 planners, engineers, landscape architects, researchers, local officials, and government employees to talk about green stormwater infrastructure (GSI)? Answer: A dynamic, interactive, and energized workshop. Last week the Raising the Bar: Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning & Design workshop took place in South Burlington. The workshop was … Continue reading

Registration Now Open – Raising the Bar: Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning and Design Workshop
Announcements / Opportunities

Registration Now Open – Raising the Bar: Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning and Design Workshop

Raising the Bar: Green Stormwater Infrastructure Planning and Design Workshop April 22-23, 2014 DoubleTree Hotel by Hilton South Burlington, Vermont Visit the Workshop Website Download the Workshop Brochure Join us for a two-day intensive workshop focused on the use of green stormwater infrastructure (GSI)* systems and practices to achieve stormwater management goals.  This workshop will … Continue reading