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Understanding and Controlling Shoreline Erosion

Presented by: Shoreline Metrics, LLC Hank Sutton, Senior Engineering Technician.

Phragmites 101

ILMA PODS Presentation from November 9, 2017. Presented by Paul Bollinger, President and Ecologist at Bollinger Environmental, Inc. Instead of a talk discussing just how to get rid of the plant, Paul will give us insight into species biology, native versus invasive origins, and what makes it so difficult to manage among other things. View PDF

Invasive Species Awarness

Invasive species are plants, animals, or pathogens that are non-native (or alien) to the ecosystem under consideration and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause harm.

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Fundamentals of Urban Runoff Management

Studies have shown that urban runoff is a significant source of nonpoint source pollution. The EPA has estimated that about 30 percent of known pollution to our nation's waters is attributable to stormwater runoff. Widely-read and respected book, The Fundamentals of Urban Runoff Management Manual is now available to the public. This manual combines technical and institutional information to provide a handy resource for practitioners and regulators for both erosion and sediment control and storm water management.