North Carolina Erosion and Sediment Control Design – Webinar Series – Fall 2020


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Kathryn Luxford
Joni Tanner

October 6 – December 15, 2020
1pm – 2pm
(Eastern Time Zone)

Presented by:
NC Department of Environmental Quality – Land Quality Section
In partnership with:
NCSU Department of Crop & Soil Sciences
SE Chapter of the IECA
Attend this series of free one-hour webinars to hear from a wide range of experts on the front lines of these issues to learn about solutions based on innovative design and solid research. State and local program representatives will provide updates on the latest regulatory changes and approaches to successful plan approval. Research updates will suggest how systems can be improved for better performance. Private industry professionals will share their innovative solutions to common problems. And, of course, you can fulfill your professional development needs as the year winds down.


Oct 6, 2020
1pm-2pm EDT
Updates from DEMLR
Julie Coco, PE, CPESC, DEMLR
Annette Lucas, PE, DEMLR
Oct 13, 2020
1pm-2pm EDT
Sediment Basin Design in the Post-Construction Era
Jay Wilson, CPESC, City of Charlotte
Oct 20, 2020
1pm-2pm EDT
Transitioning E&SC Between Phases
Karyn Pageau, EI, CPESC, Wake County
Oct 27, 2020
1pm-2pm EDT
Effects of Turbidity and Sediment on Aquatic Organisms
Sean Buczek, DWR
Nov 3, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
Innovation Construction Stormwater Management in a Transportation Environment
Barry Fagan, PE/PLS, ENV SP, CPMSM, CPESC, CESSWI, Volkert, Inc.
Nov 10, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
Utilizing Biotic Soil for Landfill Closure
Kenton Yang, PE, SCS Engineers
Nov 17, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
NCDOT Observations and Translating BMPs from Plans to the Ground
Josh Young, NCDOT
Dec 1, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
Updates on the North Carolina Geological Survey’s Landslide Mapping and Landslide Response Program: Lidar, Drones, and Boots on the Ground
Rick Wooten, PG, DEQ
Dec 8, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
Caswell Beach Dune Infiltration System
Marc Horstman, PE, WK Dickson
Dec 15, 2020
1pm-2pm EST
Research Results to Keep You Out of Trouble
Rich McLaughlin, PhD, NC State University

 Registration Information

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Cost: $0

How to Participate:

  • Register once and attend any webinars you like.
  • Register at least 24 hours prior to the first webinar date you plan to attend.
  • PDHs will be awarded only to individuals who preregister and then sign into the webinar with the same name and email address as on their registration record.
  • PDF certificates of attendance will be emailed to participants at the conclusion of each webinar.

Professional Credit: 1 hour per webinar

  • Certified Professionals in Erosion & Sediment Control (self-claim)
  • Licensed Soil Scientists (self-claim)
  • Professional Engineers and Surveyors (self-claim)
  • Landscape Architects (NCBOLA Approval: 14519)