Wednesday, September 20, 2023 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM EDT
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Franklin Soil & Water Conservation District 
1404 Goodale Blvd.
Suite 100
Columbus, OH 43212

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Brooke Frusher 
Franklin Soil and Water Conservation District 
614-486-9613 ext. 114 

CWP Webcast 7: Stormwater Standards in the US (In-Person Viewing) 

We are bringing back in-person webcast viewing in 2023!

Registration will be capped to the first 30 to help ensure social distancing. Our office is mask-friendly, but they are currently not required. To view the webcast remotely you must either be a current Coalition Member or purchase the webcast directly through the Center for Watershed Protection at www.cwp.org/webcasts-2023.  Contact Brooke at bfrusher@franklinswcd.org if you have questions.

Presentation Information

Chad Helmle, Craftwater Engineering, Inc  |  The evolution of stormwater permits in Southern California has added alternative compliance pathways through robust planning and programming of strategies expected to defensibly achieve water quality goals. The backbone of these efforts are the Reasonable Assurance Analysis to demonstrate through quantitative justification that identified strategies can meet applicable water quality targets. Brianna will discuss the progress in approaches to pursuing the alternative compliance pathways, key lessons learned through implementation, and breakdown key factors of the Reasonable Assurance Analysis influencing the outcomes.

Greg Hoffmann, Center for Watershed Protection  |  Over the last ten years, the concept of runoff reduction has become a key aspect of stormwater quality standards for many states and municipalities. Greg will discuss the history of runoff reduction,  look at how it has been applied in various communities, and explain the challenges and benefits of the approach.