Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Rain Garden Training - Feb 4 & 5 2013

Rain Garden Training:
A Business Opportunity for 
Landscape Designers and Installers
 in Snohomish County
Learn how to give your clients a beautiful, functional new feature!
Save These Dates!
Monday & Tuesday, February 4 - 5, 2013
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Who Should Attend?
  • Landscape designers
  • Installers and landscape maintenance staff
  • Landscape architechts
  • Landscape business owners
What's in it for me?
  • Learn about Snohomish County regulations, site analysis, hydrologic modeling, soils, designs, material specifications and more.
  • Learn how to market these new strategies to your clients.
  • A total of 11 CPH credits will be available.
  • A database of businesses that have completed the training will be provided to homeowners and small business owners in Snohomish County looking for professionals for rain garden/LID projects.
  • Handbooks, manuals and other resources on rain gardens provided, including information on local regulations for Snohomish County.
Location Snohomish WSU Extension
Cougar Auditorium
600 128th St. SE,
Everett, WA 98208
Save Money – Register Early!
Early registration fee: $80 for both days (includes lunch and refreshments) $100 after January 15, 2013
Register online at:
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Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Join Us - June 15th - Discussion on Low Impact Development

Presented by the Snohomish County
Sustainable Development Task Force:
Please join us and other community leaders in a discussion on Low Impact Development (LID) at:
Everett Community College’s Whitehorse hall Room # 105
Friday, June 15th from 11am-1pm
  • Share your most and least successful LID projects and why they did/did not work.
  • Discuss what is “do-able” from a Maintenance perspective.
  • Voice your concerns and questions about what is to come for LID and LID maintenance.
The Snohomish County Sustainable Development Task Force (SCSDTF) is developing a workshop on LID maintenance for Fall, 2012. To ensure that the workshop is relevant, the (SCSDTF) is hosting an eco-charrette to gather information from those who own, design, install, maintain, permit or are considering installation of LID.
Join us to voice your concerns about LID maintenance and development.
For charrette details contact SDTF at :
Light refreshments at the meeting are sponsored by:
Everett Community College and Lancer’s Catering
Please forward this invitation to colleagues, neighbors or friends that are interested in Low Impact Development