Oklahoma Low Impact Development

Webinar: Meeting the Public Education Requirements of the Municipal Stormwater (MS4) Permit

When May 04, 2011
from 01:00 PM to 02:30 PM
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Stormwater and Public Education
Unite in This Informative Webcast!

Meeting the Public Education Requirements of the Municipal Stormwater (MS4) Permit
Wednesday, May 4
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm Eastern Time
Register now at no charge.

With innovative, low cost approaches to effectively communicate the required messages, this webcast aims to help small to mid-size municipalities meet the newly-required public education and outreach components of the NPDES/MS4 Stormwater permit. Participants will learn from experts who have successfully implemented regional, local, and neighborhood approaches for public education and outreach. Participants will walk away knowing how to identify target audiences and develop specific education programs aimed at helping the public understand how their behaviors impact stormwater pollution.

Moderators Matthew Frank and Marylou Church Gregory have brought together excellent speakers to tackle this important topic. Wendy Warren, Environmental Coordinator for Bangor, Maine will discuss her experience collaborating with other governments at the regional level. Matt Dunn, Watershed Division Manager of City of Auburn, Alabama, will review suggestions for engaging local businesses and government departments through various low cost approaches. Finally, Drew Brown, Public Education Programs Manager of City of Philadelphia, will teach participants to target audiences by age, by customer type, and by neighborhood.


Please contact WEF Member Services at 1-800-666-0206 or via email at registration@wef.org.

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