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"What You Should Know About Our Water" Webinar Review02-09-24 | News

"What You Should Know About Our Water" Webinar Review

Ethical Water Practices and Issues in Our Resources
by Staff

Register for the latest LandscapeWebinars.org OnDemand session. Gain valuable knowledge about our water.

raSmith Landscape Architect, Tom Mortensen presented a live and recorded webinar on February 8th to help landscape professionals ethically utilize our water, current threats to freshwater and groundwater, and agribusiness challenges.

Mortensen gave in-depth examples about water use across the country and showed how PFAS, or the forever chemicals, are seeping into the water ways. For example, he talked about agribusiness' hand in this problem.

He continued to show how the Clean Water Act is flawed as surfacewater and groundwater are not one in the same according to the EPA.

Attendees were talk about the wastefulness associated with water use as 30 billion gallons of groundwater is pumped daily.


To earn LA/CES HSW, APLD, PGMS, NALP, and QWEL CEUs/PDHs, register for the OnDemand session now available on LandscapeWebinars.org.

Learning Objectives:
1. Learn about current threats to our freshwater and groundwater.
2. Learn how industrialized agribusiness is impacting our water.
3. Learn about how we need to change our water ethics.

Webinar Description:
The Clean Water Act of 1972 - How's that working out for us? There are many issues that are affecting our fresh water quality, both surface and groundwater. The current regulations are not calibrated to address these threats which are political, economic, and environmental. This presentation cites many issues throughout the U.S. and how they can be mitigated.

Tom Mortensen

Tom Mortensen has over 35 years of experience in site design, landscape architecture and related design and construction professions.

He has worked on design projects with for US Forest Service, National Park Service, Boy Scouts of America, Native American Tribes and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Since 2011, he has been teaching a class at the UWM School of Continuing Education in the Water Technology Certification program on the topics of green infrastructure, water, native landscape, and site design methods for more resilient integration of rainfall on sites.


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