Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure
Introduction to Low Impact Development (LID)
This workshop presentation provides a foundation for understanding this important land-use planning strategy.
Presentation from the Citizen Planner Training Collaborative conference held in Worcester, MA, on March 24, 2018.
LID Case Study
The Pinehills: A Case Study in Low Impact Development
Greening Your Community: Saving Land, Water, and Money with LID
Workshops focused on implementing cost-effective green infrastructure in Central and MetroWest Massachusetts.
Stefanie Covino, Shaping the Future of Your Community Project Coordinator, Mass Audubon
Stefanie Covino, Shaping the Future of Your Community Project Coordinator, Mass Audubon &
Scott Horsley, LEED AP, Horsley Witten Group
LID and Land Stewardship
Building Resilient Communities
Presentation from the EPA's Soak Up the Rain webinar, held on July 11, 2017.
Presentation from the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference, held on April 12, 2017.
Presentations from a conference about Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure strategies, held at Bridgewater State University on October 24, 2013.
Heidi Ricci, Mass Audubon
Scott Horsley, President, Horsley Witten Group
Cathy Bozek, The Nature Conservancy
Bridgewater State University Green Parking Lot Management and Monitoring Program
LID and Green Infrastructure Resources Handout
Working for the Green
A conference about accelerating green growth throughout the Commonwealth, held October 18, 2012, in Devens, MA ("Gray to Green–Sustainable Infrastructure Strategies").
Elisabeth M. Hamin, Associate Professor of Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts–Amherst
Scott W. Horsley, LEED AP, President, Horsley Witten Group