Releaf Michigan is holding a free educational meeting on stormwater management’s awesome money-saving potential for cities.
The Stormwater Management and Creative Funding Options for Forestry Operations
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
9 a.m. -12 p.m.
Gaines Charter Township Community Room
8555 Kalamazoo Ave. SE, Caledonia 49316
Tree planting has been recognized by the EPA an essential way to manage stormwater within communities. Although it is a new practice, watershed forestry is increasing in its recognition as a valuable asset in efficiently managing stormwater within communities.
The event will highlight two experts speaking on the subject.
Kay Sicheneder, Forestry Operations Supervisor for the city of Ann Arbor
Amanda St. Amour, Senior Environmental Quality Analyst for the Dept. of Environmental Quality for Grand Rapids.
Everyone is welcome to attend and the event is free. You can RSVP by emailing Releaf Michigan or by calling 1-800-642-7353. RSVP should be in by September 10, 2012.
More information regarding the event can also be found at Releaf Michigan’s website.