Research & Resources : Links


Low Impact Development (LID)

Photo Gallery of Green Infrastructure Installations from Around theCountry

Video – Reduce Runoff: Slow It Down, Spread It Out, Soak It In

Letter from the Executive Director, on the Occassion of the Low Impact Development Center’s 10th Anniversary

“Reducing Stormwater Costs through Low Impact Development(LID) Strategies and Practices” EPA Publication

Prince Georges County, MD Bioretention Guidance

Low Impact Development Center

Water Environment Research Foundation: Using Rainwater to Grow Livable Communities

Water Environment Research Foundation: International BMP Database

NC State University: Storm Water Engineering Group Home Page

NC State Presentations to the 2nd National LID Conference, 2007

University of Maryland: Bioretention and Stormwater Research

Kansas City’s 10,000 Raingardens Program

The Sustainable Sites Initiative

LID Resources – Whole Building Design Guide

Livable Communities – Water Environment Research Foundation

Urban Design Tools

Puget Sound Partnership – Resources

EPA Factsheet – Reducing Stormwater Costs Through LID Strategies & Practices

EPA – Managing Wet Weather With Green Infrastructure

San Diego – Low Impact Development Handbook

HUD Publications – The Practice of Low Impact Development

Toolbase Resources: Low Impact Development (LID) Practices for Stormwater Management

NRDC – Stormwater Strategies

Water Sensitive Urban Design

ASLA Green Roadway Resources

ALSA Green Infrastructure Resources

ASLA Climate Change Management Resources

ASLA Livable Communities Resources

ASLA Sustainable Urban Development Resources

News Clippings of Interest

Vertical Gardens, Grown on Walls

New York Times, 05/06/2010

Scaling Up Green Infrastructure

The Dirt, ASLA Blog, 4/29/2010

Integrated Land Planning: A Welcome Alternative [Cross Creek]
Water & Wastes Digest, March 2010

Restoration of Streams and Buffer Zones: Overcoming Challenges in Maryland, Illinois and Oregon

Stormwater Magazine, Mar/Apr 2008

Evaluating Effectiveness: Monitoring Detention Basins’ Pollutant-Removal Performance [Harris County project]

Stormwater Magazine, Sept 2008