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"Planning, Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Low Impact Development Features and Facilities," webinar, May 24, 2022

"Planning, Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Low Impact Development Features and Facilities," webinar, May 11, 2021

"Planning, Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Low Impact Development Features and Facilities," February 11, 2020

"Maintaining Green Infrastructure/Bioretention Facilities," March 21, 2019

“Planning, Design & Construction of Low Impact Development Features and Facilities,” April 24, 2018

“Low Impact Development Planning, Design, and Construction,” June 7, 2016

“Low Impact Development Planning, Design, and Construction,” March 17, 2015

“Low Impact Development Planning, Design, and Construction,” June 12, 2014

“Implementing MRP Provision C.3 Requirements for Land Developments,” June 11, 2013

“How to Prepare Stormwater Control Plans for Development Projects”, May 17, 2012

Building and Testing Rain Gardens

Presentation (PDF)† at the California Stormwater Quality Association Annual Conference, September 25-27, 2011

Planning, Design, and Construction of Low Impact Development Facilities, May 23, 2011

Contra Costa Presentations at the California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) Workshop, November 1, 2009

IMP Sizing Calculator Workshop, October 29, 2009

California Water Environment Modeling Forum—Watershed and Urban Hydrology Modeling Workshop, June 22, 2007

California Water Environment Federation Pretreatment, Pollution Prevention, and Stormwater Conference, Napa, February 26-28, 2007. Special all-day session, “User-Friendly Stormwater Treatment and Flow Control for New and Redevelopment Projects”