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Water conservation for developers – 101

Population increase and new real estate development largely determine the water use and stormwater runoff trends in southern states. Can extension programs make a difference in planning of new subdivisions? How can extension agents navigate in the “city” of acronyms and technical terms (LID, LEED, HERS)? How can extension programs be designed to target such audiences as planners and developers? And what types of information will these audiences need? These are some of the questions that will be discussed in this webinar. We need more questions from you!

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Pierce Jones, Professor and Director, Program for Resource Efficient Communities, University of Florida

Jason Vogel, Assistant Professor and Extension Stormwater Specialist, Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Oklahoma State University

Paul W. Lander, PhD, ASLA, LEED AP, Lecturer, University of Colorado; Chair, American Society of Landscape Architects - Water Conservation Network; Chair, Alliance for Water Efficiency - Outreach and Education Committee; Chair, American Water Works Association - WaterWiser Advisory Committee

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