Extension and Engagement
On and Off-campus Education
The team itself consists of tenure and non-tenure track faculty, as well as students and off-campus Extension faculty. Consistently on the cutting edge of stormwater and green infrastructure research, design, and management, members study and specialize in various fields including ecosystem services, Low Impact Development (LID) techniques (such as bioretention areas, blue roofs, permeable pavements, and regenerative stormwater conveyance), and developing metrics for success.
Hometown: Springfield, Vermont
- Constructed stormwater wetlands offer more ecosystem services than other green infrastructure stormwater practice.-
- The long-term function of tens of thousands of SCMs installed in North Carolina and other Read More-
- NC State monitors several wet pond retrofits, including floating wetland islands, upflow filters, and littoral Read More-
- North Carolina incentives for permeable pavement useage insures widespread and frequent application. This is sample Read More-