From: Jordan River Commission
To: Dean Sanpei,
Subject: Best Practices for Riverfront Communities Training Series
Date: Fri Jan 10 11:30:21 MST 2014
Body:
Announcing the Best Practices for Riverfront Communities Training Series

 

The Jordan River Commission is pleased to announce that registration is open for the first two training workshops in the Best Practices for Riverfront Communities Training Series.

 

Please plan join the Jordan River Commission and its partners for these exciting upcoming training workshops. Learn about the JRC's  Best Practices for Riverfront Communities toolbox and delve into the details with some of the nation and region's leading experts. Ask questions about your projects, learn through hands-on exercises, and go home with useful materials and skills.

 

Learn new techniques to stabilize banks and reduce erosion at the 

Streambank Soil Bioengineering workshop in March!

 

 

 
February 12, 2014
Land Use Best Practices
 
Preserving Open Space through Conservation Design  & Transfer of Development Rights
 
Instructors:
Randall Arendt, Arthur C. Nelson, and Sumner Swaner
 
 
 
 
Co-presented by:
          
 
 Continuing education credits are pending for AICP and ALSA members
 
 
March 25-27, 2014
Environment Best Practices:
 
Streambank Soil Bioengineering & Restoration Project Design and Maintenance
 
Instructors:
J. Chris Hoag, Eric McCulley, Ty Harrison, Jason Roper, Nathaniel Todea
 
 

 
Summer 2014
Recreation Best Practices:
 
Planning and Management for Parks, Natural Lands, Surface and Water Trails in Riparian Corridors
 
Instructors:
TBA
 
Agenda, instructor bios, continuing education credits, and and registration information coming soon! 
 
 
 
 
Fall 2014
Stormwater Best Practices:
 
Improving and Protecting Regional Water Quality through Innovative Stormwater Management
 
Instructors:
Center for Watershed Protection
 
Agenda, instructor bios, continuing education credits, and and registration information coming soon! 
 
 
 
More topics are planned for the future

We hope to see you there!
About the Jordan River Commission

 

The Jordan River Commission was created by an interlocal cooperation agreement in August 2010. The Commission was created to implement the concepts and projects outlined in the Blueprint Jordan River, to serve as a technical resource to local communities, and to provide a forum for regional coordination of planning, restoration, and responsible development along the river corridor. 

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Jordan River Commission |195 North 1950 West | Salt Lake City |UT | 84114