Practitioners Needed: Storm Water Toolkit Survey

From the DEQ Storm Water Update:

Effective storm water management is a challenge that communities across Michigan are seeking innovative ways to address. By complementing natural processes, green infrastructure can decrease flood damage, reduce nonpoint-source pollution, and create urban green spaces. A project supported by the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes and Sea Grant is developing a toolkit for storm water management to create positive impact for people, the planet, and the economy. The project is led by Lawrence Technological University with support from Environmental Consulting and Technology, Inc. (ECT) and the University of Michigan.  

To develop the toolkit, researchers are seeking green infrastructure and storm water practitioners across the state to take a brief survey.

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Email questions or comments on the study to research team member Avik Basu at Learn more about water sustainability by emailing Michelle Selzer at in the Michigan Office of the Great Lakes.

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Department of Community Sustainability
Michigan State University
Phone: +1 517-353-2880

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