Kathleen Harrison (California) and Michael Harding (California) will lead a five-session master class series entitled "Fire & Rain: Post-Fire Erosion Control Master Class" from October 6 through November 3, 2016.
A panel of post-fire erosion control experts will deliver a live and on-demand, comprehensive five-session master class series covering the ins and outs of post-fire erosion control applications, techniques, and best practices. This five-week interactive discussion will include: post-fire hazard assessment; secondary disaster impacts; watershed hydraulic changes; remediation access and funding; post-fire BMP selection and implementation; accountability issues; and emergency measure implementation.
Fires in the United States are becoming more frequent, more expansive, and more costly. Combined with the current drought conditions in the western United States, it's more important than ever to be prepared.
You can save you up to 20% if you register for the series, so register today to learn the latest post-fire erosion control techniques, and enjoy five live and on-demand lectures followed by open Q&A sessions on the following topics:
- Oct. 6 Post-Fire Funding: What's Available & How to Access It
- Oct. 13 Post-Fire Hydrology: Estimating Watershed Impacts & Planning for Recovery
- Oct. 20 Identifying, Prioritizing, & Mitigating Post-Fire Hazards and Damage
- Oct. 27 Selecting Post-Fire BMPS – to Seed or Not to Seed
- Nov. 3 Post-Fire BMP Implementation Planning, Deployment, and Management
For more information regarding the classes, visit: Fire & Rain: Post-Fire Erosion Control Master Class