March 2 – Evaluating Runnels
The workshop took place at the Woods Hole Research Center on Monday, March 2. The session is part of the SNEP-funded project, “Evaluating Management Actions to Promote Salt Marsh Resilience,” a partnership of the Buzzards Bay Coalition, Save The Bay, Woods Hole Research Center, Buzzards Bay National Estuary Program, U.S.G.S., & Bristol County Mosquito Control Project. The full presentation is available on video below. You also can download and view the complete presentation slide deck and the workshop packets received by participants.
May 2 – Optimizing Performance of Large Nitrogen-Reducing Septic Systems & Small Package Treatment PlantsOptimizing Performance of Large Nitrogen-Reducing Septic Systems & Small Package Treatment Plants
May 13 – Wetlands Protection: Writing Effective Orders of Conditions & Passing Local By-Laws to Better Protect the BayWetlands Protection: Writing Effective Orders of Conditions & Passing Local By-Laws to Better Protect the Bay
Solutions to Nitrogen Pollution: Installation of Nitrogen Reducing Septic Systems
This two-part series showcased real-world solutions to Buzzards Bay’s largest source of nitrogen pollution, septic systems. Participants learned about two Coalition projects to upgrade traditional residential septic systems with nitrogen-reducing technology.