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FUNDAMENTALS Unit 205: Effective Erosion and Sediment Control - Ipswich

FREE Training for MACC-member commissioners and staff, thanks to generous funding from the David Standley Fund! Unit 205 - Effective Erosion and Sediment Control will offer an overview of soil erosion and best management practices to consider while reviewing permit applications as well as what to use on the ground.

9/28/2019
When: Saturday, September 28th, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Where: Town Hall
25 Green St
Ipswich, Massachusetts  01938
United States
Presenter: Marc Gabriel and Jared Gentilucci of Nitsch Engineering
Contact: Lindsay Martucci
617-489-3930


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FREE Unit 205 Training, September 28, 2019, Ipswich, MA for

MACC Members in Essex County

Announcing FREE Fundamental Unit 205 Training (Effective Erosion and Sediment Control) on  Saturday, September 28, 2019 in Ipswich, MA.  These units are free on a first-come, first served basis, for MACC-member conservation commissioners and member agents/staff in ESSEX County (Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Haverhill, Ipswich, Lawrence, Lynn, Lynnfield, Marblehead, Methuen, Merrimac, Nahant, Newburyport, Peabody, Rockport, Rowley, Salem, Salisbury, Saugus, Swampscott, Topsfield, and West Newbury).

MACC-member conservation commissioners, associate commissioners, and staff from municipalities in Essex County may take these classes at no charge, courtesy of funding provided through MACC's David  Standley  Fund  for  Storm  Water,  Climate Change, and Sea Level Rise*. 

Unit 205: Effective Erosion and Sediment Control will cover topics such as:

·         Soil erosion processes

·         Jurisdiction and regulations

·         Erosion control applications

·         Best management practices

·         Incorporating ESC in conservation commission decision making

 Individuals living or working beyond Essex County, and non-members, are welcome to attend this education program at the MACC regular rates, below.  

MACC member price:  $55.00

Non-member price:      $75.00

Full-time student price: $40.00

 

*The  David  Standley  Fund  for  Storm  Water,  Climate Change, and Sea Level Rise was established with funding from The Echo Charitable Foundation to ensure that MACC would have adequate resources for programs, research, and dissemination of information to help to inform, protect the environment, and bring awareness to the serious issues of how storm water, climate change, and sea level rise impact wetlands, coastal areas, and conservation lands.  David Standley devoted his professional life and volunteer time to the protection of our natural resources. David Standley was the first director of the Massachusetts  Department  of  Environmental  Quality Engineering  (now  MassDEP), and he served for sixteen years on his local conservation commission, thirteen years as chair; more than twenty-five years on his local open space committee; was a driving force behind the creation of the open space bond program; and was recipient of  the  U.S.  EPA  Merit  Award  and  the  MACC Environmentalist of the Year Award.

 

 

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