They’re free, non-regulatory and packed with ideas. If you miss the live event, you can listen to the archived sessions whenever you’d like.
EPA’s WaterSense presentation coming up on May 25: Relationship Building Between Irrigation Professionals and Utilities will feature Orange County California speakers who work to create relationships between county agencies and irrigation professionals. Speakers include Melissa Baum-Haley, senior water resource analyst with the Municipal Water District of Orange County; Sergio Ramirez, water use efficiency administrator with the Laguna Beach County Water District; and Glen Frohlich, with Glen’s Landscape.
You’ll find links to webinar archives for great presentations, too:
Advancing Sustainable Landscape Designs featuring the Sustainable Landscapes Program’s San Diego Sustainable Landscape Guidelines and new research initiatives from the Alliance for Water Efficiency to develop more accurate data and information about what programs, practices and irrigation technologies save the most water. Speakers include Carlos Michelon, principal water resources specialist for the San Diego County Water Authority; Beth Livingston, WaterSense brand manager; and Peter Mayer, AWE technical advisor and project manager of outdoor water use research.
Consumers’ Attitudes Toward Water-Efficient Landscapes will help you overcome obstacles to move the needle towards more water-efficient choices. Utah State University professors Kelly Kopp and Joanna Endter-Wada discuss how Utah State University’s Center for Water-Efficient Landscaping’s water efficiency programs have engaged thousands of Utah homeowners to achieve real, meaningful results—and what they’ve learned along the way. Stephanie Duer, Water Conservation Program Manager of the Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities, also shares her perspective.
Making the Business Case for Water Efficiency with Cobb County Water System Senior Project Manager Kathy Nguyen and Ewing Irrigation Product Water Conservation Advisor Tom Shannon describe the compelling business case for efficient outdoor water use.
NewTerrain May 2, 2016.