See what’s new with the Great Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management in their January 2018 newsletter. View the newsletter here.
The National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) in cooperation with the American Planning Association (APA) and the Low Impact Development Center (LIDC) as part of the Great Urban Parks Campaign has produced a number of new resources on green infrastructure stormwater management in parks and on public lands. This suite of resources will be of …
The Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality has developed an online mapping tool that supports a statewide total maximum daily load (TMDL) for E. coli in the state. The tool examines areas that may be at risk for fecal pollution from point and nonpoint sources. The mapper comes with additional educational information about E. coli. Access the E. coli …
Check out the latest news from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Storm Water Management here.
See what’s new at the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Storm Water Management. Read their newsletter here.
This online database inventories literature on green infrastructure effectiveness, with a focus on those designed to mitigate coastal hazards. View the database here.
A team of three students receive $15,000 cash prize for their innovation water fountain design. Find out more about the competition and finalists here.
MDEQ just released a draft E. coli TMDL for the state and is offering several webinars for the TMDL The Dept. also received approval for the 2016 Integrated Report in February. Find out more about these announcements.
The report A Natural Solution to Water Security highlights the benefits of source water protection in roughly 4,000 cities.