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Michigan Webinar Program

Program Overview

Low Impact Development (LID) embodies a paradigm shift in how land is developed and how storm water is managed from that development. LID is achieved through the implementation of techniques that mimic pre-development hydrologic conditions by addressing storm water runoff at the source point versus the “end of the pipe.” The bioretention system, which reduces runoff volumes while decreasing pollutant loads found in nonpoint source flow, represents one of the most commonly applied Low Impact Development devices in green infrastructure today. This webinar will introduce the basics of bioretention systems, how they work, why they work and how they can save on project costs.

DISCLAIMER: This program has not yet been approved by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

Intended Audience

Profesionals in Michigan seeking to expand their knowledge as it pertains to stormwater management.

Curriculum: Low Impact Development and the Basics of Bioretention Webinar

At the Completion of This Program You Will Receive

  • 1 PDH
  • Printable certificate of completion



Each year 1.2 trillion gallons of untreated sewage, stormwater, and industrial waste are dumped into U.S. water.


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