Barry Fagain nails the value proposition associated with collaboration in this week's installment. We have a unique opportunity to exploit the power of this process to grow stronger, better, faster - together. But like most things, we can only get as good as we give.Read More
HPMBS delivers the water quality benefits of bioretention while significantly reducing or eliminating the major obstacles to its use in roadways. Most important, construction costs and long term maintenance costs are a small fraction of what they would be with traditional bioretention. If you’re curious about how that might work, take a look at the article, written by David Batts from our Houston-based VAR, Construction EcoServices.
Several weeks ago I was honored to be an invited participant at a small White House sponsored conference to explore how to accelerate the nationwide implementation of Green Infrastructure. It was truly an interesting experience and one that I believe it's safe to say, the 80 invitees and 20 or so observers from across the country, came away from feeling energized about. Voices were heard, ideas were explored in detail, and action plans expressed. I've intended to write a blog about the day-long event but our friend Seth Brown, Stormwater Program and Policy Manager, at Water Environment Federation, and occasional Guest Blogger on this site, beat me to it with a posting that captures the essence of the event very well. You'll find it by following this link: