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E session
Urban Restoration; Stormwater management
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Urban Restoration
1:30 pm     
The Upper and Middle Slaughterhouse Run Restoration – A Case Study in the Challenges of Urban Stream Restoration; Owner, Designer, Contractor Perspectives
Eric Duce, Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability, Towson, MD

1:50 pm     
Down the Drain and Back up Again: Urban Stream Restoration in Pittsburgh’s Four Mile Run Watershed (aka M29 Sewer Shed)
Robert Stewart, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., Bridgeport, WV

2:10 pm  
A Neighborhood Focused Approach to Stream Restoration
Josh Burch, District of Columbia -Department of Energy & Environment, Washington, DC

2:30 pm   
Expanding Asset Protection to Include Stream Restoration
Joel McSwain, Hazen and Sawyer, Raleigh, NC

2:50 pm    
Break in the Exhibit Hall

Urban Restoration; Stormwater Management
3:10 pm 
Urban Stream Mitigation: Negotiations, Bridges, Bugs and BMPs
Ward Marotti, WK Dickson, Charlotte, NC

3:30 pm    
Stream Restoration Problem Solving in the Urban Environment
Robert Scrafford, PE, PMP, Gannett Fleming, Inc., Baltimore, Maryland

3:50 pm     
Floodplain Reconnection in the Urban Landscape
Austin E. Byers, Century Engineering, Inc., Hunt Valley, MD

4:10 pm     
Incorporating Stream Restoration Techniques in Stormwater Management
Meghan Gloyd, PE, Biohabitats, Baltimore, MD

4:30 pm    
Capturing Stormwater with a “Kitchen Sink” of Solutions in Anne Arundel County, MD
Mark Southerland, PhD, PMP, AKRF, Inc., Hanover, MD

4:50 pm
Searching for Ecological Lift: The Riparian Corridor
Meghan Fellows, Stormwater Planning Division, Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services
Fairfax, VA   

5:10 pm
Adjourn