CT and MA FORESTERS: Credits Assigned
Thank you, Chris Martin & Dave Kittredge, for setting it up.
SWAMP THINGS was approved for 1.5 Continuing Education Units for CT Certified Forest Practitioners.
The MA Forester Licensing Board approved SWAMP THINGS for 5 “CATEGORY 1” Continuing Forestry Education credits.
If you did not pick up your Certificate of Attendance, please contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need the certificate for forester credits, specify which state(s).
PDFs of Swamp Things Presentations
|Best Management Practices for Water Quality Protection (815 KB)||Chris Martin CT Dept of Energy & Environmental Protection, Forestry Division|
|Rhode Island Forestry BMP’s for Water Quality Protection (1648 KB)||Tom Abbott RI Dept of Environmental Management Division of Forest Environment|
|Mabey Matting Capabilities (1124 KB)||Mabey, Inc.|
|Section 404: Temporary Wetland Crossings (867 KB)||Lindsey Lefebvre US Army Corps of Engineers|
|Access Solutions for Wetland Areas and Sensitive Environments – – cannot be posted due to proprietary techniques shown||Larry Bruffee Northern Land Clearing
Justin Adams Eversource Energy
|Swamp Mat Considerations for Linear Projects (8545 KB)||Dan Rukakoski Tighe & Bond|
|Balancing Constructability with the Ability to Obtain a Permit (2052 KB)||Jaime Durand Power Engineers|
|Managing Invasive Species (735 KB)||Allison Milliman Power Engineers|
|Smart Earth Solutions (1721 KB)||Presto Geosystems®|
|Charlton to Palmer A Swamp Mat Case Study (1045 KB)||Andrea Agostino National Grid|
|Swamp Mats: Start to Finish From Site Preparation to Restoration (2773 KB)||Adam Rosenblatt VHB|
|Mat Wars: The Sediment Source Awakens! The Proactive vs. Reactive Approach to Managing Sediment (2105 KB)||Melissa Kaplan BSC|
If you did not pick up your Certificate of Attendance, please contact Christine at email@example.com. If you need proof of attendance for CT or/and MA forester credits, specify which state(s).