Port Towns Eco District Stormwater Resiliency Plan

APA National Capital Area Chapter

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Wednesday, October 4, 2017
2:15 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. EDT

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Overview

The Port Towns Eco District Stormwater Resiliency Plan will be used to identify green infrastructure retrofit opportunities in this intensively developed and urbanized portion of the Anacostia Watershed in Prince George's County, Maryland. The infrastructure planning program is focused on areas that are targeted for economic and community development in order to facilitate state and local government revitalization efforts. The planning effort strongly integrates community and stakeholder participation and education efforts.

Speakers

Kelly Flemming

Confirmed Speaker

Kelly Flemming focuses on promoting and cultivating environmental stewardship in schools and local communities in the region. She has helped develop national and local programs and guidance on integrating Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development into Green Streets and Green Schools programs. Read More

Neil Weinstein, AICP

Confirmed Speaker

Neil Weinstein, P.E., R.L.A., AICP, ENV PV, the Executive Director of the Low Impact Development Center, has worked as an environmental planner and engineer in the District of Columbia and the Anacostia Watershed for over 30 years. Mr. Weinstein is one of the nation’s leaders in ... Read More

Nancy Meyer

Confirmed Speaker

Nancy J. Meyer is a visionary leader in the ongoing development and expansion of one of Maryland’s most prominent green business. She is a seasoned social justice organizer, scholar and environmentalist. With almost thirty years of experience, she demonstrates how to take good ideas and translate them into action ... Read More

Contact Info

Katie Spencer, KSpencer@aiadc.com