Erosion and Sediment Control Seminar, Expo return to Callanwolde | Environment
ATLANTA -- Being held for 26 years by the DeKalb County Soil and Water Conservation District, the Erosion and Sediment Control Seminar will begin May 30 at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center at 8:00 that morning.
For 2013, discussions will focus on "Gaining Public Support for Water Quality" and "Atlanta's New Green Infrastructure Ordinance."
"This is a unique opportunity for the public to learn about controlling soil erosion, stabilizing streambanks and protecting water quality for the citizens and businesses in DeKalb County and the surrounding metro areas," Robert Amos, Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission regional representative.
Those who attend will learn about new sediment and control practices, products and programs from speakers including GEMA representatives, and others from City of Atlanta, the Department of Watershed Maintenance, Georgia Tech and the NPDES Stormwater Training Institute.
To register for the seminar and expo, contact Jenny Searl at (770) 761-3020 or email@example.com.