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Coastal Training Program
Chesapeake Bay
National Estuarine Research Reserve

Providing science-based information, tools, and skills to promote resilient communities and clean and healthy streams, rivers and watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Green Infrastructure for Coastal Resilience

The Green Infrastructure Concept"Green Infrastructure" incorporates the natural environment and constructed systems that mimic natural process in an integrated network that benefits nature and people. A green infrastructure approach to community planning helps diverse community members come together to balance environmental and economic goals. This course will be facilitated by NOAA's Office for Coastal Management and have a variety of local speakers to make sure it is locally relevant. A final agenda will be posted soon.

6 AICP credits and 5 core continuing education credits for CFM's.

Training Objectives

  • Recognize green infrastructure terms and concepts
  • Understand the ecological, economic, and societal benefits of green infrastructure
  • Understand the wide variety of contexts and scales of approaches referred to as "green infrastructure"
  • Identify new or existing planning processes suitable for integrating green infrastructure concepts and techniques
  • Identify local green infrastructure activities and experts with additional information and resources

Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Reserve
Chesapeake and Coastal Service
Department of Natural Resources
580 Taylor Ave., E-2
Annapolis MD 21401

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