About This Event
Ten years ago, the first Ripple Effect conference introduced new ideas in green development. The upcoming Ripple Effect II conference will analyze how these concepts have been applied and what we need to know going forward to ensure a healthy future and clean water. The conference, which focuses on low impact/green site development [Low Impact Development (LID)], is open to anyone interested but is particularly aimed at developers, architects, builders, engineers, landscape architects and sitework and landscape contractors. Continuing education credits will be offered through Missouri State University.
Lunch will be provided. Cost for continuing education credits is $15, payable at conference check-in.
Partial Funding for this conference is provided by the Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 through a MO Department of Natural Resources grant, under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act.
For more information, please contact Timothy Smith, Interim Executive Director, James River Basin Partnership, at 417-836-8878, or by email at TWSmith@missouristate.edu.