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Stormwater Sessions Live! Webinars

The Iowa Stormwater Education Partnership is proud to host an annual webinar series titled “Stormwater Sessions Live!”. We invite local and national experts from across disciplines to share their knowledge on stormwater practices and research during lunch-hour webinars.

All webinars are recorded and made available for subscribers in the event that the subscriber is unable to watch the live event.

Professional Development Hours (PDHs)

Stormwater webinars are eligible for 6 total hours (per year) of continuing education or professional development hours, 1 hour per webinar. Sessions are recorded live and available on demand if sessions are missed. All webinars take place from 12 – 1PM central time.

“Stormwater Sessions Live!” webinars are convenient and cost effective for obtaining professional development credit. ISWEP members also receive discounts as part of their partnership.

2020 Series (View Promo Flyer)

  • “The Milwaukee Green Infrastructure Plan” – Erick Shambarger, Environmental Sustainability Director, City of Milwaukee; Erin Keleske, Program Coordinator, City of Milwaukee

  • “Private Stormwater BMP Management” – Joe Reitz, P.E., M ASCE, CPESC, CESSWI, Public Works Director, City of Avon Lake

  • “Using ESC Inspection History to Improve our Practice” – Jeff Mazanec, P.E., Senior Consultant, R.A. Smith, Inc.

  • “Smart Stormwater Systems” – Debabrata Sahoo, Ph.D., PE, PH, Senior Engineer, Woolpert

  • “Pretreatment Forebay Design and Innovations” – Joe Barten, CPSWQ, Senior Research Conservationist, Dakota County SWCD, MN; Gregg Thompson, City of Eagan MN, Water Resource Specialist

2019 Series (View Promo Flyer)

  • “Stormwater Street Trees Deep Dive” – Shirley Vaughn and Michael A. Harris, Davey Resource Group

  • “Dissolved Contaminants & Their Importance to Stormwater Quality” – Greg LeFevre, University of Iowa

2018 Series (View Promo Flyer)

  • “Modeling Green Infrastructure / Low Impact Development with Maintenance in Mind” – Rocky Keehn, Common Sense WRE
  • “Regenerative Stormwater Conveyances: Giving Old Outfalls New Life” – Ward Marotti and Marc Horstman, WK Dickson & Co.
  • “Multifunctional Green Infrastructure and Community Engagement” – John Royster and Ryan Bentley, Big Muddy Workshop