2016- 2017: Sustainable Shorelines Designs Webinar Series
Sustainable Shorelines Designs: from Long Island to Lake Erie
Dates: Every 3rd Friday of the month, restarting in May 2017
Time: 2:00-3:30 pm EST
Great news! We’re extending the Sustainable Shorelines Designs Webinar Series into May 2017! The recording and presentations for the webinars from September through March are available now to view and share. We hope you’ll attend the next one .
April 2017: Hiatus
May 21, 2017: Topic TBA
Register for events here
March 17, 2017 – Hudson River and Connecticut coasts – Climate Resilience
Recording: Available here
February 17, 2017 – Niagara River and Connecticut lakeshores
Recording: Available here
January 20, 2017 – Presentations and Recording
NYC Waterfront Alliance collaboration on WEDG Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines
December 16, 2016 Presentations
Enhancing armored shoreline – techniques & prioritization inventory
Watch the full recording of December’s webinar here:
November 2016 Presentations
Watch the full recording of November’s webinar here:
October 2016 Presentations
Watch the full recording of October’s webinar here:
September 2016 Presentations
Watch the full recording of September’s webinar here:
Learn from engineers and designers about the specifics of nature-based shoreline protection projects in and around New York state. You’ll get to know about costs, design standards, innovations, outreach, maintenance and performance during our Fall webinar series.
Expert speakers include Sven Hoeger of Creative Habitat Corp., Jon Miller of Stevens Institute of Technology, Andrew Rella of EcoConcrete Inc., Laura Schwanof of GEI Consultants in Long Island, Joseph Marrone of COWI Marine North America, Mark Carabetta, Jason Williams and David Murphy of Milone & MacBroom, Tim DePriest of the NYSDEC in the Niagara River, Brian Majka of GEI Consultants in Michigan, Kacie Giuliano and Dan Miller of the Hudson River Sustainable Shorelines Project, Stuart Munsch of the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, Kate Boicourt of NYC Waterfront Alliance,
Professional Development Credits:
Professional Development Credits are available for engineers and landscape architects through the Practicing Institute of Engineers and for planners from the American Planning Association.
Each webinar in the series is accompanied by a short quiz before and after to assess whether participants understand the key points. While taking the quizzes is voluntary, to receive documentation of participation for use in obtaining PDHs participants must complete the quiz. Regardless of whether you seek credits or not, we hope all participants will complete the quizzes to help us assess the effectiveness of the presentations and the training session for our program.
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