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5th National Conference for Nonpoint Source and Stormwater Outreach: Agenda

Achieving Results with Tight Budgets

May 11-14, 2009 | Doubletree Hotel Exit EPA Disclaimer | Portland, Oregon

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Agenda & Presentations

Agenda | Proceedings Presentations


This year's conference explored practical, current examples of successful outreach programs and projects on nonpoint source pollution, stormwater pollution, watershed protection and promoting sustainable behavior changes in challenging economic times.

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Proceedings Document

The proceedings document includes speaker biosketches and abstracts for the National Conference for Nonpoint Source and Stormwater Outreach.

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Tuesday, May 12 | Wednesday, May 13 | Thursday, May 14

Tuesday, May 12

  Welcoming Remarks
  Keynote Address
  Session A1: Promoting Green Development with Community-Based Outreach
  Session B1: Creative Outreach Methods
  Luncheon Address Address
  Session A2: Promoting Green Development Using Mass Media
  Session B2: Using Research to Reach Our Audiences
  Session A3: MS4 Partnering
  Session B3: Workshop

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Wednesday, May 13

  Session A4: Programs Promoting Green Development
  Session B4: Reaching Our Audiences Through University-Based Outreach Programs
  Session A5: Pictures, Toons & Beyond
  Session B5: Using Technology
  Session A6: Using Research to Pave the Way for Low Impact Development
  Session B6: Workshop
  Session A7: Research Perspectives into Greener Residential Yards
  Session B7: Workshop

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Thursday, May 14

  Session A8: Panel Discussion
  Session B8: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities
  Session A9: Evaluating Impacts
  Session B9: Promoting Green Development Through Municipal Programs

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Hosted by: U.S. EPA Headquarters and USDA CSREES National Water Program
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This was a "Green Meeting" to the greatest extent possible. Every effort was made to reduce the overall footprint of the event and to protect human health and the environment. Participants were encouraged to consider environmentally friendly options both during the meeting and in travel planning.

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