Tuesday November 1st 2016 8:30am-2pm
COST: $25 (includes lunch)
This workshop is designed for school administrators, facilities managers, municipal officials, environmental commission members or Green Teams who are exploring implementation of green technologies at their sites. The constructed wetland at Duke Farms is one of the very few natural wastewater systems in the state that use natural processes involving vegetation, soils and microbes to treat wastewater. Join Duke Farms and other well-known sustainability leaders for an intensive program that explores how our constructed wetlands serve 600,000 people annually as well as other sustainable technologies at Duke Farms.
8:30-9:30am- Welcome and Overview of Duke Farms Sustainable Technology. Jon Wagar (Duke Farms, Deputy Executive Director)
9:30-11am- Constructed Wetland Systems. Olin Christy (Biohabitats, Senior Engineering Technician)
11-11:30am- An Educational Perspective on Green Technology. Mark Biedron (NJ Board of Education, President and Willow School Founder)
11:30-12pm- Managing Compliance. Clifford Berek (Duke Farms, Volunteer Manager)
12-1pm- Networking Lunch
1-2pm- Walking Tour of Duke Farms Sustainable Technology (optional)
Registration information may be found here.
Questions? Contact: Tanya Sulikowski, Duke Farms Programs Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 908-243-3626