Upcoming Schedule

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Symposium on Friday March 31, 2017

Water: Too Much or Not Enough?

Presented by Rockfall Foundation and UConn Climate Adaptation Academy

How do we plan for this aspect of our changing weather? 

Join us for an examination of the impact of changing precipitation patterns on communities and a variety of adaptive responses for municipalities, residents, and businesses. We’ll address the challenges of managing infrastructure, maintaining adequate water supplies, supporting local agriculture, fighting insect borne disease, and planning for smart design. 

Who should attend: Local elected and appointed officials, land use planners, architects, developers, engineers, landscape architects, educators; Planning, Zoning, Wetlands and ZBA board and commission members; and all concerned with climate change and effective community planning.

Past Workshops & Events

Date Event
September 15, 2016

Living Shoreline Workshop III - A Design Charrette

November 6, 2015

Legal Issues in the Age of Climate Adaptation

June 24, 2015

Living Shoreline Workshop Part II

January 9, 2015

Living Shorelines Workshop Part I

October 10, 2014

Impacts of Increased Precipitation on Connecticut Communities-What to Expect

May 2014

Climate Adaptation Academ