April 9, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Presentations, Awards, and Discussion
Free - limited to 120 participants
Morning Field Experience
Free - limited to 50 participants
Tucson Electric Power Co., 88 E. Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ
To learn about and punctuate the success of local accomplishments of the goals set in the 2011 LID workshop and provide your experience to evaluate and guide the next steps in the region.
Agenda - Day 1 - April 9th
- Morning Session: 2011 Workshop Goals and Recognizing Resulting Products
- Afternoon Session: Other Regional Efforts, Discussion and Action Teams
Agenda - Day 2 - April 10th
- Join our interactive workshop with LID leaders and design professionals to learn best practices that address implementation and maintenance challenges from the field and refine your skills to identify LID opportunities.
- Visually understand design and implementation issues with hands-on training, onsite demonstration and/or tour.
- Case Studies, New Technical Guidance Manual, Regulations and Policy, Cost Effectiveness
- Lessons Learned, Community Benefits, Top Research, Education and Management Needs
Who Should Attend
Public and private professionals who work with LID including: Engineers, Designers, Planners, Educators, MS4s, Construction Professionals, Landscape Architects, Arborists, Developers, Water Resource Managers, Regulators, Parks Departments, Facilities Managers, Transportation Professionals, and Green Industry Professionals.
Share your Experience
Please share photos and stories of water harvesting or LID practice(s) gone wrong. Watershed Management Group would like to present anonymous stories to share lessons learned and best practices on the 2nd day workshop. Please consider sharing photos of poor practices/lessons learned to Kieran Sikdar at WMG, email@example.com
Brought to you by the LID Working Group and partners
Learn how LID is required or incentivized in various local, state and federal regulations including flood control, stormwater quality, zoning and water reliability while creating multiple additional community services such as heat reduction and energy savings. Earn Continuing Education Credits.
Organizing Committee Representation
Pima County Regional Flood Control District, Pima Association of Governments (PAG), City of Tucson Office of Conservation, UA’s Water Resources Research Center, Pima County Department of Environmental Quality and Department of Transportation, Watershed Management Group, Stantec, Wheat Design, Town of Marana, and additional partners.