Thursday January 19, 2023

10:00am - 12:00pm

Virtual - using Zoom only

For a full description of this webinar/seminar, including presenter profiles, go to this University of Minnesota Water Resources Center site

Register (not required but recommended)

Stormwater infiltration, when appropriate, is a preferred stormwater management practice that provides communities, industry and professionals opportunities to reduce runoff volumes, decrease pollutant loads to surface waters, and enhance shallow groundwater recharge. The first 2023 Minnesota Stormwater Seminar Series will present some of the challenges in infiltration as a stormwater management practice, discuss ways to address some of those challenges, and highlight current research and resources available to practitioners and professionals. The presentation topics include:

  • Infiltration on contaminated sites: Forrest Kelley and Eric Lund
  • Infiltration when faced with compacted soils: Todd Shoemaker
  • Measuring infiltration and assessing the rate and effectiveness of infiltration: Dr. John Gulliver
  • Infiltration impacts to shallow groundwater: Dr. John Nieber
  • Infiltration with amended soils: Noah Czech and Michael Gerber
  • Resources for practitioners and professionals including where infiltration resources are in the Minnesota Stormwater Manual: Dr. Michael Trojan

Two (2) professional development hours (pdhs) are offered for attending the full webinar/seminar. For more information on pdhs, read this.

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