Non-Traditional Solutions to Gravel Road Problems


Community Happenings
Midcoast Friends Meeting House
77 Belvedere Rd, Damariscotta, ME
Hildy Ellis
hildy@knox-lincoln.org
596-2040
www.knox-lincoln.org
Jul 24, 2013
9:15 AM - 2:30 PM

The workshop will begin with two morning sessions: Bill Laflamme, Maine Department of Environmental Protection (MDEP) will discuss why it is important to maintain gravel roads and how to evaluate a gravel road. David Rocque, Maine Department of Agriculture, forestry and Conservation (MDACF), will then describe effective practices to repair roads. In the afternoon, the class will visit two gravel road sites to see what they have learned in practice.

Workshop is open to all interested participants.

Recertification credits:
Maine DEP: 4 contact hours (Certified Contractors)
Maine State Planning Office: 4 contact hours in Land Use (CEOs)

Fee: $15/participant includes morning break and lunch.

Register by July 19:
Contact Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District at 596-2040/info@knox-lincoln.org, or register online at www.knox-lincoln.org/gravel-road-wkshp-2013/.

Co-organized by Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District and Pemaquid Watershed Association.

Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District is an equal opportunity employer and provider.