This stacked panel of experts will plunge into the current and potential application of exciting new technologies showing promise in automating and innovating the management of nursery stock, and other environments including arboretums and forest stands. New technologies explored during this seminar include drone-based observation and sampling, canopy robotics, and a variety of radio-frequency identification (RFID) applications.
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The American Planning Association National Planning Concerence (NPC) 2019 will cover a wide variety of educational tracks including climate change and disaster preparedness, design, development, and preservation, planning for inclusiveness and social justice to name a few! Learn more by following the link below.
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In this installment of the "Ask the 401(k) Professionals" series, sponsored by the ASAE Retirement Trust, attendees will learn important tips and tactics to ensure awareness of fiduciary liabilities relating to 401(k) plans as well as explore Multiple Employer Plans, or MEPs.
Stormwater Driven Design: Water Supply Protection Through Green Infrastructure and Open Space Improvements at Fresh Pond Reservation in Cambridge, Massachusetts
This webinar will showcase priority projects undertaken by the City of Cambridge Water Department (CWD) to protect its water supply and promote ecosystem restoration and recreation within Fresh Pond Reservation, Cambridge’s largest open space. Cambridge is an urban community bordered by the Charles River with 55% of its land area comprised of impervious surfaces such as roadways, rooftops, and parking lots. CWD sources drinking water from a 24-square mile watershed providing 13 million gallons per day of finished water to residents and businesses in Cambridge.
The 2018 National Disaster Resilience Conference that will bring together the nation's foremost voices in the disaster safety and resilience movement on November 7-9 in Clearwater Beach, FL. Keynote presentations, discussion panels, and spotlight topics will focus on the latest in science, policy, and practice to create more resilient buildings and disaster-resilient communities in the face of earthquakes, floods, hail, hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, and wildfires, as well as human-caused disasters.
About the Workshop: Since 1975, the Natural Hazards Center has hosted the Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop for 500 federal, state, and local emergency officials; representatives of nonprofit and humanitarian organizations; hazards researchers; disaster consultants; and others dedicated to alleviating the impacts of disasters.
Registration online has closed for this event, however, you can contact event organizers to inquire about registering offline and other registration questions.
You are invited to be part of the 4th Landscape Below Ground Conference!
Since 1993, the Landscape Below Ground Conference has provided a forum for presentation of the latest research and management practices in all aspects of tree root development in urban soils. The conference’s impact on arboricultural practices has been significant; practices now commonplace, such as load-bearing soils that provide space for root growth beneath pavement, were introduced to international audiences at the conferences and through conference proceedings.
Despite the frequent edict to raise more money, under-investing in your fundraising operations can ultimately hurt your efforts—and your bottom line. How do your determine your ROI? Join this webinar to learn about effective planning for your development team and the critical data required to evaluate your fundraising effectiveness and metrics. How do you build a budget for revenue growth? How do you set goals, gauge operations, and accurately measure the results of your development activity? Find answers to these questions, and more!