Great Plains LID Research and Innovation Symposium and Low Impact Development Design Competition

Abstract Pages

Stormwater Park Case Studies for LID
Low Impact Development From A Community Viewpoint
Tulsa Area Rain Garden Project: Successes and Lessons Learned
Designing the Natural City: Consolidated LID approaches for use in transitioning urban districts
The Amery Regional Medical Center: Promoting Human Health and Wellness through an Ecologically Enhancing and Engaging Environment
From Vacant Lots to Emerald Isles: Transform Urban Vacant Land through Public-Private Collaboration and Innovative LID Practices
How Green Roof Policy Works
Overcoming Roadblocks to Establishing Rain Gardens in Tulsa
Designing with Nature – Compost BMP Designs for Green Infrastructure and Low Impact Development
Beyond hydrology: quantifying additional ecosystem services provided by LID
Hydrologic and Plant Performance of Residential Rain Gardens in Lincoln, Nebraska
Ten Years Later—A Retrospective and Lessons Learned from the Burnsville Rainwater Garden Retrofit Project
Impervious Cover Impacts to Surface Waters, Disconnecting Pollutant Loads through LID Planning and Implementation
Innovative, Effective LID Applications that also include Multiple Social Benefits: The 37th Avenue Greenway and the Tamarack Bog Rooftop
Optimization of Bioretention soil mix for nutrient removal
Establishing dryland plants in semi-arid rain gardens; Design, install, and maintenance
The Role of Urban Trees in Stormwater Management and How to Make Them Thrive
Policies, Innovations and Tipping Points in Stormwater
How is EPA Promoting Green Infrastructure?
Hydrologic Characterization of Bioretention in Lexington, Kentucky
Willingness to Pay for Improved Stream Quality in the Illinois River
The Evolution of LID Research: Validation, Optimization, and Implementation
National Weather Center Green Roof Experiment
Sarah Wrede