Day 2

Green Infrastructure - Coordination & Collaboration with Communities

October 15, 9am-12pm

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SPEAKER HIGHLIGHTS

THANK YOU TO OUR 2020 PARTNERS & SPONSORS!

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Symposium Partners

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Supporting Sponsors    
Resources Legacy Fund                  Lim Aqua-nautic                   EW Consulting
San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District
Rancho Los Cerritos Historic Site
National Park Service
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Day 2 -Program

Day 2 | October 15, 2020 | 9am-12pm

>>   Welcome 

>>   Panel 2 Discussion - Green Infrastructure - Coordination & Collaboration with

Communities

Pauline Louie, Advisor, Urban Waters Federal Partnership 
Rachel Malarich, City Forest Officer, Board of Public Works, City of Los Angeles
Robin Mark, Los Angeles Program Manager, The Trust for Public Land 
Bryan Matsumoto, Program Organizer, Nature for All
Dr. Michele Romolini, Managing Director, Center for Urban Resilience, Loyola Marymount University

Carlos Moran, Watershed Coordinator, Council for Watershed Health

>>   Audience Q&A 

>>   Keynote Address 

Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

>>   Break

>>   Poster Presentations

Room A

1. Using Nature-Based Solutions to Enhance and More Equitably Distribute Nature in Urban Environments, The Nature Conservancy

2. Trees in Stormwater BMPs, GHD

3. Mobilizing Small-scale Green Infrastructure, Local Government Commission

4. The EWMP Reimagined: Collaboration & Partnerships Leveraging Multi-Benefit Regional Projects for Watershed Compliance, Craftwater Engineering

Room B

1. Incorporating SITES to Benefit the Local Community and Watershed, Michael Baker International

2. “Why Don’t We use Stormwater?”, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California

3. City of Los Angeles Transforms an Industrial Site to a Riverside Park, City of Los Angeles, Department of Public Works

4. Merced Avenue Greenway, TetraTech

Room C

1. Multi-Benefit Stormwater Projects in Los Angeles: Policy Options to Address Systemic Challenges, RAND Corporation

2. Reconnecting Lost Open Spaces through Urban Biodiversity, Stillwater Sciences

3. OurWaterLA: Engaging Communities to Reinvest in Our Water Future, OurWaterLA

4. Turning Nation’s Road Infrastructure to a Network of Stormwater Treatment Systems, UCLA

Room D

1. Bolivar Park Stormwater and Urban Runoff Capture Project, TetraTech

2. Water Resources and Disadvantaged Community Involvement Project, Center for Geospatial Science & Technology - CSUN

3. The Upper Los Angeles River and Tributaries (ULART) Revitalization Plan, Studio-MLA

4. Looking Back to Advance Forward, Rancho Los Cerritos

SYMPOSIUM EXHIBITORS

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THE SCOTTS MIRACLE-GRO FOUNDATION

Guided by its desire to GroMoreGood everywhere, the mission of The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation is to inspire, connect and cultivate a community of purpose. The Foundation is deeply rooted in helping create healthier communities, empower the next generation and preserve our planet.  

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JACOBS

Challenging today.

Reinventing tomorrow.

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METROPOLITAN WATER

DISTRICT OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

The mission of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is to provide its service area with adequate and reliable supplies of high-quality water to meet present and future needs in an environmentally and economically responsible way.

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LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT

OF WATER & POWER

At LADWP, we’re increasing our local water supplies to reduce our reliance on imported purchased water and build a water strong L.A. From stormwater capture at local parks to water recycling and Operation NEXT, we have several programs and projects in the works to help us achieve a water supply for L.A. that’s 70% local by 2035.

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LOS ANGELES COUNTY

DEPARTMENT OF

PUBLIC WORKS

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L.A. SANITATION & ENVIRONMENT

LASAN’ s mission statement is to protect public health and the environment .

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