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Please join the District and the staff from Southface on March 22nd in Sandy Springs as we present the latest trends in Green Infrastructure (GI). This class will help prepare you and your staff for the new GI requirements in the MS4 permits OR train your crews on common sense installation techniques and best practices. Attending this workshop will renew your GSWCC Level 1A, 1B, or II certification for erosion control (even if your certification has expired).
Date: March 22, 2019
Time: 9:00am – 4:45pm (please arrive at 8:30am to register and network!)
Location: Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center – 1 Galambos Way, Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Cost: $120 ($140 after March 1) - Lunch and E&S Recertification included
Attending this workshop will count towards your GSWCC E&S Recertificationrequirements. If your Level 1A, 1B, or II certification has lapsed (no matter how long), this workshop will count to renew your certification for an additional 3 years!!! Click here to check your certification status.
Who Should Attend?
City & County Personnel (Planners, Inspectors, Plan Reviewers, Maintenance Crews, etc.), Contractors, Home Builders, Developers, Landscapers, Property Owners, Designers
How to install common GI practices – construction sequencing and proper erosion control
Learn to read and interpret plans and specifications for GI – soil mixes, vegetation, underdrains, etc.
Identify common problems with GI installation and maintenance
Learn practical approaches to reviewing, installing, inspecting, and maintaining GI
Learn about the latest MS4 Stormwater and NPDES Construction Permits
The Fulton County Soil and Water Conservation District was created in 1937 by the Georgia General Assembly to protect the state's soil and water resources following the Dust Bowl of the 1930's. Our District encompasses 15 local governments, 1 million citizens, the central economic engine for the Southeastern United States, as well as the headwaters of three major river systems that provide the primary source of fresh water to 10 million people, in three States. We are stewards of the waters shared by citizens, industry, and agriculture.
Day-to-day operations of the District include working closely with the local units of government, citizens, developers, builders and conservation entities to fully implement the Georgia Erosion and Sediment Control Act.
Treating urban stormwater runoff with vegetation, soils, and rainwater harvesting techniques.
Reducing the negative effects of flood events by managing Watershed Dams within the county.
Protecting our surface waters from the negative impacts of construction activities.
protecting our Soil & Water resources through conservation & Education
The Fulton County Soil and Water Conservation District presents