Strategies and Guidelines to Address Water Issues Saturday, February 8, 2014, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Sign-in Begins at 8:30 AM Lafayette Parish South Regional Library 6101 Johnston St., Lafayette, Louisiana
Learn what Lafayette
Consolidated Government is doing to enhance water quality, for recreation,
ecotourism, parks, and public buildings.
See Low Impact Designs showing
their impact on property values and cost effectiveness.
Discover how home gardens can
be structured to increase water retention using rain gardens, permeable
materials, and plant selection.
Observe methods to achieve Low
Impact Development using strategies needed in parking lot construction,
storm water management, and vegetative filtration.
Kelia Bingham, LCG Compliance Officer Michael Cullen, Landscape Architect Bess Foret, LGC Compliance Supervisor Cathie Gilbert, LCG Planning and Zoning Justin Lemoine, Landscape Architect, Lisa Mahoney, LUS Conservation Specialist Woody Martin, Sierra Club Harold Schoeffler, Sierra Club Sarah Schoeffler, Community Volunteer Dan Spiller Jr., Landscape Architect The forum is free to the public. Interested are asked to pre-register at WaterWorkshop@aol.com or phone 278-0698. Coordinated by the League of Women Voters in partnership with Lafayette Garden Club, Sierra Club, TreesAcadiana, Lafayette Parish Master Gardener Association, Bayou Vermilion Preservation Association, Lafayette Consolidated Government Dept. of Public Works, Lafayette Parish School System, Lafayette Utilities System, Acadiana Nature Station and Lafayette Public Library System
Thanks for your continuing interest in issues that affect our community.