Join Us for a FREE Educational WebinarHow to Create a Living Shoreline and Stop Erosion
Wednesday, April 29th @ 2:00pm (EDT)
During this time of social distancing, SOLitude is excited to offer a digital learning opportunity. Freshwater lakes and ponds are precious resources that we cannot take for granted. If left unmanaged, the effects of erosion can damage your shorelines, present a danger to residents and pets, and lead to serious and costly water quality issues. Luckily, innovative technologies are improving how we combat the effects of shoreline erosion.Join our experts from the comfort of your home or office as they discuss how erosion negatively impacts lakes, ponds and canals, and share long-lasting solutions to stop erosion’s damaging effects while establishing a living shoreline.
We don’t want you to miss out, so if you can’t make it, register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording afterwards.
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Free and open to the public.
Meet Your Experts:
John PhelpsEnvironmental Scientist & Senior Business Development Consultant
John Phelps is an environmental scientist with over a decade of experience in water and land management throughout Delaware, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. John graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Planning. His diverse background in the industry and his knowledge of new innovations and technologies allows him to develop holistic management plans for all waterbody types and management goals. John regularly presents to property managers and associations about the benefits of sustainable aquatic management.
Robbin HuffinesDirector of Erosion Control Services
Robbin Huffines is the Director of Erosion Control Services who oversees large regional projects and coordinates with local teams to ensure environmental work is completed efficiently. Robbin has a particular expertise in erosion control technologies for aging shorelines. Robbin has a degree from Florida Southwestern University. He is a member on the Board of Directors of the Florida Lake Management Society and is a regular guest speaker on Sandcastle Radio where he discusses all topics relating to lake and pond management.