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Integrated Stormwater Planning - Stormwater as a Resource
May 12, 2021 / 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)

Registrants received a dedicated link to access the presentation and the video recording.

Traditionally, stormwater planning has been done from the perspective that stormwater should be managed as waste that must be treated before being released to the environment.  This presentation explored a shift in perspective that all water is valuable and should be managed as a resource for the benefit of our environment, society, and economy.  The City of Winter Haven, like many Florida communities, faces many challenges including rapid population growth, land use change, scarcity of traditional fresh groundwater supplies, escalating water supply costs, impaired water quality and levels, and impacted watershed hydrology.  This webinar focused on how a small local government like Winter Haven, Florida is using integrated planning at a watershed scale to plan beneficial use of stormwater while meeting treatment goals.


Jon Dinges Photo Jo Ann Jackson

Mike Britt, PE
One Water Project Manager
        City of Winter Haven, FL        

Jon Dinges, PE
Sr Water Resources Planning Leader
 Black & Veatch Corporation 
Jo Ann Jackson, PE
One Water National Practice Lead
Black & Veatch Corporation


SESWA Members - $35 per person
Non-members - $45 per person

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Cancellation Policy

No refunds or credits of webinar fees were given for cancellations received less than 10 days before the webinar began or if a registrant fails to attend the webinar.  Refunds (minus a $10 processing fee) were given if cancellations were received in writing at least 10 days prior to the start of the webinar. In the event that a registrant is not able to attend, registrants were encouraged to send substitute personnel. There was no charge for substitutions.


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