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Protecting Watershed Resources  

in a Changing Climate

Tuesday, April 5th

8:30 a.m. to Noon, FREE

Sheraton Colonial North Hotel

One Audubon Road, Wakefield  


There's still time to register for this upcoming workshop. Learn about protecting watershed resources and local infrastructure while dealing with heavy rainstorms, extended dry periods, sea level rise, and other environmental challenges associated with our changing climate.  RSVP Required - Register Now.
Topics include:

- Impact of Climate Change in New England

- Climate Change Adaptations

- Low Impact Development Techniques

- Green Design - LEED

- Designing, Operating and Maintaining  

  Stormwater Controls

- Resources for Implementing LID

- Guidance for meeting Department of Environmental Protection's

  new stormwater management requirements for municipal systems

Featured speakers include:
Kathleen Baskin, Director of Water Policy
Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
- Kathleen manages the state's Climate Change Adaptation Initiative, which is identifying strategies for adapting to predicted impacts of climate change.
Steven Roy, LEED AP
GeoSyntec Consultants
Robert Hartzel, CLM, CPESC
GeoSyntec Consultants
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This event is geared toward municipal officials, conservation commission members, town engineers, community leaders, residents, environmental groups, and anyone interested in protecting watershed resources.
This FREE workshop includes continental breakfast and coffee break generously donated by the Sheraton Colonial North Hotel & Conference Center.  
This event is part of the Saugus River Watershed Council's Climate Change Awareness Program funded in part by the Massachusetts Environmental Trust. Special thanks to event sponsors GeoSyntec Consultants and the Sheraton Colonial North Hotel & Conference Center.