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Trainings & Events for Landscape Professionals

Water in the World of Climate Change

ReScape California Speaker Series in partnership with East Bay Municipal Utility District 

Date: Thursday, April 11, 2019
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: EBMUD headquarters, 375 11th St., Oakland
Cost: $25 for ReScape CA members, $35 for nonmembers
CEUs: Event qualifies for 2 ReScape CEUs. APLD CEUs also available.

Details and registration

As California fluctuates between extended periods of drought and seasonal floods, it's important to consider how we design and manage landscapes to respond to these changing conditions. This discussion will address watershed health and water issues in the world of climate change - drought vs. flooding. 

ReScape Board Member and PG&E Educator Ryan Stroupe will moderate a panel discussion that offers information and solutions. The panel will include:

  • Brock Dolman, Occidental Arts & Ecology Center and WATER Institute
  • Pamela Conrad, CMG
  • Bruce Riordan, Climate Readiness Institute
  • Amelia Luna, Sherwood Design Engineers
  • Claire Nordlie, EBMUD

Coming this fall: WELO Enforcement Training

In Fall 2019, StopWaste will be offering Water Efficient Landscape Ordinance (WELO) Enforcement training for public agency staff in Alameda County who enforce building and landscape permits. To be notified when more information is available about the training, please contact Teresa Eade at teade@stopwaste.org or (510) 891-6531.

Also, if you're involved with your jurisdiction's WELO enforcement, be sure to check out StopWaste's WELO Tool Kit and FAQs