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Past Events

Estuarine Shorlines: Value, Regulations, & Stabilization

April 24, 2012 - Agenda

May 2, 2012 - Agenda

Estuary Value & Functions - Dr. John Fear (Beaufort) & Byron Toothman (Wilmington), NC Coastal Reserve

File too large to post, available upon request: Our Dynamic Estuarine Shorelines – The Effects of Sea Level Rise - Dr. Reide Corbett, East Carolina University (Beaufort)

File too large to post, available upon request: Our Dynamic Estuarine Shorelines – The Effects of Sea Level Rise - Dr. Larry Cahoon, Center for Marine Science, UNC‐Wilmington (Wilmington)

Estuarine Shoreline Stabilization Design and Techniques - Steve Trowell, NC Division of Coastal Management (Beaufort & Wilmington)

Factors controlling sediment accretion and erosion on natural and stabilized estuarine shorelines - Dr. Carolyn A. Currin, NOAA Center for Coastal Fisheries & Habitat Research (Beaufort)

Introduction to the Airlie Gardens Marsh Sill - Tracy Skrabal, NC Coastal Federation (Wilmington)

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Funding Environmental Improvements in Your Community: Funding Agencies & Grant Writing Basics

March 28, 2012

Agenda

Public Beach & Waterfront Access Grant Program and CAMA Local
Planning & Management Grant Program
- John Thayer, NC Division of Coastal Management

The North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund - Steve Moler, Recreation Resources Service, NC State University

Infrastructure Finance Section (Competitive Loans) - Jennifer Haynie, NC Division of Water Quality

NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund - Will Summer, Eastern Piedmont / Coastal Plain Field Representative

Section 319 Nonpoint Source Grant Program - Kim Nimmer, NC Division of Water Quality

Grant Writing Basics - Louise K. Mathews, Director of Grants Development & Instructor, Carteret Community College

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Rainwater Harvesting Workshop – Moving our Communities toward More Sustainable Water Use

October 18, 2011

Agenda

North Carolina’s New Rainwater Harvesting Plumbing Code: Kathy M. DeBusk, E.I.T. – Extension Associate, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University

Using Harvested Rainwater – Real vs. Perceived Health Risks: Dr. Alexandria K. Graves – Assistant Professor of Soil and Environmental Microbiology, North Carolina State University

Metering and Accepting Harvested Rainwater in Your Sewer Systems – OWASA’s Approach: Patrick Davis – Sustainability Manager, Orange Water and Sewer Authority
 
The Basics of Cistern Siting & Sizing: Mitch Woodward – Area Special Agent, Wake County Cooperative Extension

Rainwater Harvesting Lessons Learned: Mitch Woodward – Area Special Agent, Wake County Cooperative Extension

Rainwater Harvesting Case Studies from around NC

 

 

 

October 27, 2010

Agenda

Why We Need a New Approach in Water Management - Bob Rubin: Professor Emeritus, NC State University, Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Nontraditional Sources of Water - Don Safrit, P.E.: Chair, NC AWWA WEA Water Reuse Committee; Senior Technical Specialist, McKim & Creed

Indoor Use of Rainwater: Regulations and Best Practices - Sally Hoyt, P.E.: Stormwater Systems Engineer, Energy Services, UNC-Chapel Hill

NC DWQ Stormwater Treatment Credit – Technical guidance for rainwater harvesting - Boyd Devane: NC Division of Water Quality

Rainwater Harvesting Case Studies from around NC - 

  • Mitch Woodward: Area Special Agent, Wake County Cooperative Extension;
  • Kathy M. DeBusk, E.I.T.: Extension Associate, Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University; & 
  • Judy Hills: Director Economic & Community Development, Eastern Carolina Council

UNC-Chapel Hill Rainwater Harvesting Systems - Sally Hoyt, P.E.: Stormwater Systems Engineer, Energy Services, UNC-Chapel Hill (file too large, available upon request)

North Carolina General Assembly - Stormwater Collection Project

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Controlling Microbial Pollution in Your Community

April 7, 2010

Agenda

The following links are to PDF versions of the speaker's PowerPoint presentations:

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SE NC Red Fox Symposium

January 19 & 20, 2010

Agenda

The following links are to PDF versions of the speaker's PowerPoint presentations:

Meeting Notes:

Red Fox Resources:

 

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SE Diamondback Terrapin Workshop

 

December 3, 2009

Agenda

The following links are to PDF versions of the speaker's PowerPoint presentations:

Breakout Session Notes:

 

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Funding Environmental Improvements in Your Community: Funding Agencies & Grant Writing Basics

October 27 & 28, 2009

Agenda

The following links are to PDF versions of the speaker's PowerPoint presentations:

Grant Writing Basics - Link to blog and presentations from Don Staub (Director, Title III, Carteret Community College)

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Getting to Know Wetlands: Value, Regulations & Conservation

May 21, 2009

Agenda

The following links are to PDF versions of the speaker's PowerPoint presentations:

 

 

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Rainwater Harvesting Workshop – Moving our Communities toward More Sustainable Water Use

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