The Response of Microbial Communities in the Chicago Area Waterway to Major Infrastructure Changes in the Region, Dr. Cristina Negri, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, Illinois, and Dr. Jack Gilbert, Professor, University of California, San Diego, California
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Please note: Attendance is limited to 1,000 on a first-come, first-served basis.
These seminars are eligible for Professional Development Credits/CEUs
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This year's event will be held virtually using Microsoft Teams. To register, please visit https://mwrd.org/form/sustainability-summit-2020-rsvp. This free event is open to the public. The Summit assembles elected officials, public administrators and municipal public works managers with landscapers, stormwater engineers, land managers and master gardeners to provide a forum for exchanging resources and information designed to promote green infrastructure management and resource recovery.
The Sustainability Summit also addresses the many environmental measures the MWRD is taking to mitigate flooding and reuse biosolids to improve the structure and porosity of soils, which allows plants to more effectively utilize nutrients. Special highlights this year will include the role of goats and sheep in managing our landscapes, how we are working to help save the monarch population and positive news about fish in the Chicago Area Waterway System.
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Please click this link to join the live stream of the Lower Des Plaines River Tributaries Watershed Planning Council Meeting