Green Infrastructure for Planners
Green infrastructure will and has already become a key tool in coping with and battling the impacts of Climate Change. As regulations and codes are being updated to include green infrastructure into the development process, planners will become key allies in including these practices into their designs. This workshop is geared to equip planners with the tools they need to start looking at green infrastructure and incorporating them into their planning process. Come hear from planners and engineers who have walked this path before and the lessons they have learned.
This event is worth 2 AICP CM credits.
Date: Thursday, June 23, 2022
Sanitation District No. 1 of Northern Kentucky
1045 Eaton Drive
Fort Wright, Kentucky 41017
Information on the Public Service Park at SD-1 can be found here.
Nora Korth, Sustainable Streams
Nora Korth is a Project Manager at Sustainable Streams. She is a licensed P.E. in Ohio and Kentucky with 12 years of experience in stream and wetland restoration, stream ecology, fluvial geomorphology, and stormwater planning and design. Nora leads the hydrologic modeling at Sustainable Streams, including design of storm water controls and basin retrofits. She has been involved in the planning, modeling, and design of dozens of stormwater basin retrofits, including numerous watershed-scale models that optimized cost-effective retrofits to maximize reductions in erosion in the receiving stream network.