Perspectives on Ellicott City Flood Mitigation – Workshop

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Perspectives on Ellicott City Flood Mitigation
Ellicott City, MD has a history of flooding. The latest flood was experienced on July 30, 2016 and cost lives, businesses and significant damage to property. Efforts have been on-going to mitigate flood damage prior to this flooding event, and have increased since. Guest speaker, Lori A. Lilly, has been working with the community in both a professional and volunteer capacity since the 2011 Tropical Storm Lee flood to assist with mitigation. She will share knowledge gained from these experiences including the development and implementation of a watershed plan, initiation and implementation of a channel debris maintenance program, education and outreach efforts as Chair and Member of the Ellicott City Partnership’s Clean, Safe and Green Committee and voluntary service on the Ellicott City Flood Workgroup and Ellicott City Community Advisory Group.
Find out what you can do to be a part of the solution, in part 1 of a 3 part workshop series sponsored by the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Howard EcoWorks.

To register, click here.

This is the first of three free workshops, but a $5 suggested donation for Howard EcoWorks would be greatly appreciated.