Environmental Reclamation Event Discussion

As part of the 2020 National Summit for Reclamation and Construction, we will be going over several environmental industry topics. These topics will range from regulatory planning to permit close out to integrated environmental solutions for project management. We believe that these topics will assist you in adapting your projects to environmental regulations and considerations. It is also encouraged for you to bring and share your own experiences with the environmental industry.

Restoration Topics

A few of the restoration topics we will be covering at The Summit are land use specific methods, effective landowners communication on restoration options, construction and restoration best practices. Each of these topics is designed to enrich your knowledge of restoration and how your projects affect the land and stakeholders involved and around them. Our goal is to provide a collaborative discussion to encourage continuous improvement for project planning and execution.

Erosion & Stormwater Management

It is important to know how to manage stormwater runoff and prevent erosion during construction and long-term land management. At The Summit, we will be discussing stormwater management with you so that you can better plan for the runoff in the future, especially as you begin new projects and possibly need to apply for stormwater management permits.

Pollinator Species Management and Restoration

Sustainable habitat restoration is achievable. At The Summit we will discuss proper planning tools and technology to identify the right seed mixes, soil health and long term monitoring for restored habitat and land uses. One of the topics we will discuss is pollinator species and how to successfully manage species while maintaining effective easements.




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