Rain Date: Wednesday, May 30, 2018
What to Expect: This single-day workshop will give you guidelines for the proper way to evaluate a potential living shoreline site. There will be a classroom component in the morning, which includes an introduction to important physical and biological factors to consider for living shoreline site evaluation, as well as a demonstration of desktop analyses required for site evaluation. There will be a field component in the afternoon, where you will practice applying site evaluation guidelines. Field visits will be to several sites on the Inland Bays, including both past projects and potential new sites.
Who Should Attend: This workshop is designed for professionals working in Delaware who already have a fundamental understanding of living shorelines.
What to Bring: Please bring your own lunch, as lunch will not be provided. Please also bring knee boots or hip waders and dress for the weather, as this workshop has a significant field component. Snacks and water will be provided, and transportation to field sites will be provided.
To Register: Register online at Eventbrite, or contact Alison Rogerson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 302-739-9939. Register by Friday, May 18. Limited space available.
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