97A Exchange St.
Suite 305
Portland, ME 04101
(207) 221-6699
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Weathering the Storm:
Low Impact Development (LID) Conference & Vendor Fair for the
Construction & Development Industry in Northern New England

Dates and Locations:

December 3-4, 2008
Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH
AGENDA

Vendors:
December 3, 2008
Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH
AGENDA

WHO ATTENDED?
Developers
Home Builders
Architects
Engineers
Landscape Architects
Contractors
Others involved with real estate development, site design, and stormwater management in northern
New England

For questions, please contact us:
Phone: (207) 221-6699
Fax: (207) 221-6716


“Ever wish you could
simultaneously lower
your site infrastructure
costs, enhance the
protection of the
environment, and
increase your project’s
marketability? With
LID, you can.”
From the NAHB RC
“Builders Guide to
LID”

TOPICS INCLUDED:

  • Environmental and economic benefits of low impact
    development (LID)
  • Latest findings on performance and maintenance of
    LID practices in cold climates
  • Examples of residential and commercial LID projects
    in New England
  • Evolving stormwater requirements at the federal,
    state and local levels and how LID designs can meet
    permit requirements in New Hampshire, Maine and
    Vermont
  • A vendor fair featuring LID technologies and services
  • Choice of workshops on day two: LID Design
    Practicum, UNH Stormwater Center Tour, or
    Landscaping at the Water’s Edge
Weathering the Storm:
Low Impact Development (LID) Conference & Vendor Fair for the
Construction & Development Industry in Northern New England

CO-SPONSORED BY:

American Institute of Architects: Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont Chapters
Boston Society of Landscape Architects
CSREES New England Regional Water Program
Great Bay National Estuarine Research Program
Lake Champlain Sea Grant
Maine Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials
National Home Builders Association
New Hampshire Home Builders and Remodelers Association
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
New Hampshire Sea Grant
Partnership for Environmental Technology Education
United States Environmental Protection Agency
University of Maine Cooperative Extension
University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center
University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
University of Vermont Extension
Vermont Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials

THE COSPONSORS WISH TO THANK THE FOLLOWING ORGANIZATIONS
FOR HELPING TO PROMOTE THIS EVENT:

Home Builders and Remodelers Association of Maine
Maine Landscape & Nursery Association
Maine Real Estate and Development Association
Maine Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers
Maine Section of the Boston Society of Landscape Architects
New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission
New Hampshire Coastal Program
New Hampshire Estuaries Project
New Hampshire Natural Resources Outreach Coalition
New Hampshire Section of the Boston Society of Landscape Architects
New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers
Smart Growth Vermont
Vermont Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers