The White River Alliance, in conjunction with local municipalities, designed the Stormwater Landscape Maintenance Training Seminar in order to help Homeowners Associations, landscape contractors, and land developers understand local maintenance requirements and how to read Operation and Maintenance manuals for stormwater equipment in order to avoid corrective action. The goal is to maintain properly functioning stormwater treatment facilities in order to prevent flooding, pollution, and other stormwater-related impacts. This routine maintenance will keep infrastructure costs down in the long run.
This seminar includes detailed content on pond maintenance, green infrastructure and the use of native plants to address stormwater issues. Information on landscape design basics, and installation and maintenance issues associated with native plant communities is also a primary focus. Attendees will be able to interface with local municipal storm water managers that can field questions about regulatory issues and who’s responsible for what elements of stormwater infrastructure.
The 2018 Training will be held Thursday, December 6 at Noblesville City Hall (16 S 10th Street). Check-in begins at 8:30 am and the program at 9:00 am. Registration ($15) is available by clicking the button below. Registration closes Thursday, November 29 and space is limited.
Register today for the White River Alliance’s Storm Water Landscape Maintenance Training.