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SESSION H
Communities and Streams

Moderator:
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1:30 pm
Green First to Streams First: An Alternative Vision for Pittsburgh’s City-Wide Green Infrastructure Assessment
— Tim Nuttle, Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc., Pittsburgh, PA

1:50 pm
A Grant Perspective on Sustainability – Identifying and Prioritizing Stream Restoration Opportunities
— Jackie Koehn, Ecotone, Inc., Forest Hill, MD

2:10 pm
Community Engagement and Restoration Success or Failure
— George C Rhodes III, PLA, Senior Associate, Stantec Consulting Services, Inc., Fredericksburg, VA

2:30 pm
Headwaters of the North Fork of the Shenandoah Restoration Project: Stream Restoration, Monitoring and Community Engagement to Increase Watershed Health
— James M. Yoder, Biology Department, Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, VA

2:50 am     Break

3:10 pm
Building A Bridge Over a Weir on The Ronald C. Hare Nature Trail in Hidden Valley in Charlotte’s Northend
— Carol Burke, Pete Heuberger, Board of Directors, NorthEndPartners, Mt. Airy, NC

3:30 pm
Capturing the Entire Watershed Through Stormwater Retrofits
— Joshua White, PG, PE, CFM, CPESC, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC), Worthington, OH

3:50 pm
Filsinger Park Stream Naturalization – A Canadian Restoration Experience
— Heather Amirault, Stantec Consulting Ltd., Waterloo ON

4:10 pm
Legacy Sediment Removal in the Ultra Urban Environment
— Josh Burch, Environmental Protection Specialist, Watershed Protection Division, Department of Energy and Environment, Government of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC

4:30 pm
Q&A  Discussion

4:40 pm
Adjourn