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IECA Northeast Virtual Connection: Building a Stronger Site Management ToolboxIncludes Credits
The Northeast Chapter strives to bring together stakeholders interested in protecting the waters and wetlands in New York and the New England states.
Waters of the United States Package
IECA offers three (3) courses on Waters of the United States. Take a look at the definition and how to identify waters of the US.
Effective MS4 Phase II Construction and Post-Construction Program ManagementIncludes Credits
Many states have been conducting detailed and in-depth, MS4 Phase II Construction & Post-construction program audits. These audits have included an overall program review in the office along with multiple field visits to actual construction sites.
Design Fundamentals of Erosion & Sediment Control Measures for Construction ActivitiesIncludes Credits
This NEW online course is a comprehensive overview of the rules and regulations that govern construction projects regarding stormwater pollution prevention, the erosion and sediment processes, design of control practices, and technology applications for the construction industry.
Ethics for ProfessionalsIncludes Credits
Join two-time former IECA President, Dr. David T. Williams, to explore the challenge of workplace ethics and how to take a proactive stance, develop an effective and sustainable set of guidelines for your organization, and implement best practices for dealing with ethically challenging situations.
Waters of the United States: Present and Future DefinitionIncludes Credits
The subject of this chat is the definition of waters of the United States and how the changing definition impacts the industry.
The Iowa Watershed Approach: We're All In!Includes Credits
The Iowa Flood Center (IFC) led the successful proposal development for the Iowa Watershed Approach for Urban and Rural Resilience (IWA) that brought $96,887,177 to the state of Iowa from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Important Role of Vegetation in Stormwater ManagementIncludes Credits
This webinar will focus on the important role that vegetation plays in stormwater management during and after construction and will present new guidance developed in Colorado that covers many fundamentals of successful revegetation and could be adapted to other regions.
Establishing Soil Health and Vegetation Package
Seeking training on soil health and vegetation establishment? This seven (7) course package will provide you a variety of courses covering restoration of disturbed land, improving vegetation and infiltration, native plant establishment, bioengineering, soil stabilization, vegetation as an erosion control solution and soil health.
From Trash to Treasure: A Case Study in Implementing Living Shorelines in Urban LandscapesIncludes Credits
White Island, an 80-acre former municipal landfill located in Brooklyn, New York, is one of the first grassland mitigation projects required by New York State. The former landfill was constructed on historic marsh land and exhibited severe shoreline erosion due to wave action and tidal flux.
Shoreline Stabilization Package
Learn effective methods for beach, shoreline stabilization and living shorelines. This package of two (2) courses offers attendees the opportunity learn techniques in shoreline stabilization as well as lessons learned from extreme testing of vegetated shoreline stabilization techniques will be discussed.
Designing Effective Sediment Basins using SpreadsheetsIncludes Credits
This webinar will detail the various components and requirements to develop effective sediment basin designs. The webinar will provide an overview to “SEDspread”, a (FREE) user-friendly spreadsheet-based design tool for designers to appropriately size sediment basin parameters.
Sediment Basin Design Course Package
Save by purchasing this package of online training. You access to 3 courses all about sediment basin design.
Connecting with Stakeholders for Stormwater SuccessIncludes Credits
Short and long-term successes of stormwater programs are built on planning, design, engineering and stakeholder support among other critical elements.
Improvements in Silt Fence Installations Determined Through Full-Scale TestingIncludes Credits
Silt fence performance, when used as a perimeter control, can be affected by a wide variety of factors (i.e., material properties, installation techniques, and site characteristics).
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