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CEU Certified Guest Webinar - Designing Trees Into The Urban Landscape

Jul 17, 2017

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Designing Trees into the Urban Landscape Webinar
July 21 @ 10am PT | 1pm ET
Presented By: Jeremy Bailey, Green Blue Urban
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Using urban trees as green infrastructure for our cities is arguably the most sustainable stormwater management solution available. The possibilities that exist to turn stormwater runoff from a hindrance to an opportunity are limitless. This presentation uses GreenBlue Urban’s 25 years of field experience, in conjunction with world-renowned researchers such as the University of Abertay Dundee and E2 Design Labs, to examine the opportunities available for integrating street tree planting with stormwater management systems for truly sustainable urban landscapes.
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