Water and Integrated Design Talks

With Art Ludwig

January 28 and 29th 2015 • Sonoma County, California

 

Design for healthy rivers considering drought, fire, flood, climate; rainwater and runoff harvesting, lawn replacement, greywater reuse,, healthy transportation, and sustainability policy.

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Water and Integrated Design

Water and Integrated Design for landscape and design professionals

Sponsored by Russian River Watershed Association

Jan 28th 2015 Event: 7:30 AM - Noon
This particular talk: 9 am
Location: City of Santa Rosa Utilities Field Office
35 Stony Point Road
Santa Rosa, California

FREE - Registration Required

Thanks to 150 attendees :-)

 

We'll cover—

Target audience: Landscape professionals, policy makers, agency staff, and architects).


This talk will be technical but accessible. There will be something here for people at all levels of familiarity with these concepts.

 

This session will be followed in the evening with a talk that explores how to use an accurate four dimensional mental map to do what makes sense in your context.

(If you'd like to let us know what you'd most like to see in this session please fill out the pre-event survey)

 


Integrated Design: the optimal, dynamic balance between all the relevant factors

 

 

Integrated Water Systems Design

Ecological Design for Drought, Fire Flood, Climate and More!

Jan 28th 2015  6:30-8:30 pm

Carole L. Ellis Auditorium Santa Rosa Junior College -
Petaluma Campus 680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway Petaluma, CA 95954
5$-10 students, $15-$20 general

Pre-register (optional but saves you a space and money)

Thanks to 130 attendees :-)

 

Integrating the solutions to these diverse issues is the key to revolutionary improvements the ecology, economy and sustainability of home, landscape and city. Drought resilience is just one of many benefits from considering all the relevant design factors at once.

This presentation will cover—

Target audience: Everyone (especially policy makers, agency staff, landscape architects, landscapers, architects, students and homeowners).


This talk will be technical but accessible. There will be something here for people at all levels of familiarity with these concepts.

(If you'd like to let us know what you'd most like to see in this session please fill out the pre-event survey)

 

 

 

How would you like your river?

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Participant pre-event survey

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Helpful Preparation

Create an Oasis with Grey Water book cover.

The more of the background info below you understand (or have been exposed to) before coming, the more you will get out of the presentation.

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