2021 Colorado Stormwater Symposium

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The Colorado Stormwater Center is proud to host the 2021 Colorado Stormwater Symposium, sponsored by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. Our focus this year is on the following topics: Fire Impacts on Water Quality, Green Infrastructure in Action, and Innovative Stormwater Education and Training. To learn more and to register, click below. 

 

REGISTER HERE: http://stormwatercenter.colostate.edu/symposium/conference-schedule/

 Cost: $25

Scholarships are available for students to attend the Symposium for free! To request a scholarship, click here: https://forms.gle/QxmzmKZjxQ3QY3Z58

Upcoming Events

Taking Care of Stormwater Infrastructure (A closer look at Extended Detention Basins) (IN-PERSON)

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In Colorado, the most common type of Stormwater Infrastructure used is the Extended Detention Basin (EDB). In many cases this type of stormwater infrastructure is owned by HOAs or commercial properties. You may own, manage, or maintain a property with an Extended Detention Basin! Join us to learn more about how to identify these systems, how they function and how to keep your costs low by regularly maintaining them. Light refreshments will be provided.

Bilingual Training: Taking Care of Stormwater Infrastructure (A closer look at Extended Detention Basins) (VIRTUAL)

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In Colorado, the most common type of Stormwater Infrastructure used is the Extended Detention Basin (EDB). In many cases this type of stormwater infrastructure is owned by HOAs or commercial properties. You may own, manage, or maintain a property with an Extended Detention Basin! Join us to learn more about how to identify these systems, how they function and how to keep your costs low by regularly maintaining them. Light refreshments will be provided.

Cómo incorporar los jardines de lluvia en su próximo proyecto de paisajismo con control del agua bilingüe (seminario web)

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En Colorado, el tipo más común de infraestructura de aguas pluviales que se utiliza es la cuenca de retención ampliada (EDB). En muchos casos, este tipo de infraestructura de aguas pluviales es propiedad de las asociaciones de propietarios o de las propiedades comerciales. Es posible que usted sea propietario, administre o mantenga una propiedad con una cuenca de retención ampliada.

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