Stormwater Ecology: A New Paradigm in Landscape Design
|Dates:||February 16, 2019|
|Meets:||Sa from 11 AM to 12:15 PM|
|Location:||Main House Lecture Room 1|
Design trends in landscape development have been migrating toward a more holistic approach, one that creates functional ecological systems that mimic nature, especially as it pertains to water quality. Scott Scarfone discusses how environmental design guidelines established by the Sustainable Sites Initiative™ and the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system are influencing this trend and why many jurisdictions now mandate more stringent stormwater management practices that protect the quality of local water systems. Using recent landscape design projects, including plans for the Wilmington Wetland Park, Scott shares his ideas on what the new landscape aesthetic might look like and how homeowners, professionals, and developers can implement this vision.
Snow date for this class is Saturday, February 23, 2019. This class qualifies for the following professional credits: 1 APLD, 1 CNP credit with DNLA, 1 DE Nutrient Management credit, ISA, 1 NOFA AOLCP, and 1 PLNA. LA CES has approved this class for 1 professional development hour (PDH). This class meets LA CES standards for HSW subject matter.
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