Minnesota Stormwater Seminar Series
The Minnesota Stormwater Seminar Series brings exemplars of advanced stormwater innovation and knowledge to Minnesota to share what they’ve learned and how they’ve pushed the boundaries in the stormwater arena. The monthly seminar series is dedicated to stormwater and green infrastructure topics with an emphasis on successes and lessons learned from field implementation and applied research and evaluation, specifically for an audience of stormwater practitioners and professionals. Each event includes a presentation, panel discussion and Q&A with participants. See the detailed schedule at right for topics, presenters, dates, and times.
For more information contact
Andy Erickson, P.E., Ph.D., Research Associate, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota, email@example.com, 612-239-2046.
John Bilotta, Senior Research and Extension Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-624-7708
The Stormwater Seminar Series is hosted by the St. Anthony Falls Lab and supported by the University of Minnesota Water Resources Center through an appropriation from the Clean Water Fund established by Minnesota Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment.
Stormwater Seminar Schedule
2021 Stormwater Seminars Series:
All seminars begin at 10am unless otherwise noted. Dates and times are subject to change.
- February: Minnesota Stormwater Research Spotlight Detecting phosphorus release from stormwater ponds to guide management and design John Gulliver or Jacques Finlay - Pond Treatment with Spent Lime to Control Phosphorus Release from Sediments Greg Wilson REGISTER - Join Webinar
- March 18: Green Infrastructure Strategies for Creating Sustainable Landscapes: Bioswales/’Scoop and Dump’/ CU-Soil Nina Bassuk, Professor and Program Leader, Urban Horticulture Institute, Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University
- January 21: Research on Green Infrastructure at the USEPA Michelle Simon, Senior Chemical Engineer, EPA Office of Research and Development, Center for Environmental Solutions and Emergency Response; Water Infrastructure Division.
- December 17: Minnesota Stormwater Research Spotlight: Pollutant Removal and Maintenance Assessment of Underground Filtration Systems (Phase I), Todd Shoemaker and Ali Stone & Temporal Dynamics of Pathogens and Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Raw and Treated Stormwater, Satoshi Ishii
- November 19: Designing of the Next Generation of Sustainable Urban Stormwater Practices, Tom Schueler, Executive Director, and David Wood, Stormwater Coordinator, Chesapeake Stormwater Network
- October 14: Minnesota Stormwater Research Spotlight: Characterization of Stormwater in Manhole Sumps, John Chapman and Developing a Street Sweeping Credit for Stormwater Phosphorus, Sarah Hobbie & Mike Trojan
- September 17: Research to Practice: Lessons in Resilience from Monitoring Urban Stormwater Transportation Systems, Rob Traver
- August 20: From Policy to Action: Community Driven Stormwater Management, Mae Davenport & Establishing a Geodata Standard for Stormwater Infrastructure, Geoffrey Maas
- June 18: Pathogens in Urban Stormwater Systems: Tools for the Municipal Stormwater Manager Jane Clary - Vice President of Water Policy and Regulations - Wright Water Engineers
- May 7: Bioretention Soil Media, Vegetation, and Maintenance: Lessons learned from Green Stormwater Infrastructure research in Vermont Stephanie Hurley - Gund Fellow, Associate Professor - University of Vermont Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
- March 12: National Topics in Stormwater Relevant to Local MS4 Program Managers Seth Brown; Executive Director of the National Municipal Stormwater Alliance, Principal/Founder, Storm and Stream Solutions, LLC
- February 27: Bioretention and Treatment Media: A Phosphorus Story Allen Davis - Charles A. Irish Sr. Chair in Civil Engineering; Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland
- January 16: Tree function in stormwater biofilters: The Green in Green Infrastructure Jon Hathaway - PhD, PE - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- December 19: What happens when permeable pavements freeze? Jenn Drake, University of Toronto
- November 21: Optimizing Modeling: Can We Plan our Infrastructure More Efficiently? Using Renfrew, Calgary, as a Case Study Scott Struck, Geosyntec Consultants
- October 14: Modernizing Performance Metrics for Stormwater Infrastructure Elizabeth Fassman-Beck, Stevens Institute of Technology
- September 19: Innovation and Technology Evolution in Water Resources Engineering: Where are we headed and how will we get there? Marcus Quigley
- July 18: Moving from an industry of the problem to an industry of the solution: linking scientific research to decision-making and adoption approaches James Houle, UNH Stormwater Center
- June 20: Investigating the Stormwater Quantity and Quality Impacts of Urban Trees Bill Selbig, USGS Wisconsin Water Science Center
- May 16: A New Dynamic Horizon in Stormwater Bridget Wadzuk, Villanova University
- April 23: It Rained Two Feet, Now What? Bill Hunt, North Carolina State University