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
*Dates and times are subject to change
- April 23, 2019: It Rained Two Feet, Now What? Bill Hunt, North Carolina State University Recording
- May 16, 2019: A New Dynamic Horizon in Stormwater Bridget Wadzuk, Villanova University Recording
- June 20, 2019: Investigating the Stormwater Quantity and Quality Impacts of Urban Trees Bill Selbig, USGS Wisconsin Water Science Center Recording
- July 18, 2019: 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 Register, Join Webinar
- August: No seminar ASCE O&M Conference
- September 19, 2019: Marcus Quigley
- October 14, 2019: Elizabeth Fassman-Beck, Stevens Institute of Technology
Topics for future seminars include: innovative design and implementation on a national scale, performance and cost effectiveness from an international perspective, winter maintenance, road salt, permeable pavements, advances in bioretention and media amendments, bioretention soils, innovative green infrastructure in urban corridors through landscape architecture, and more!