Erosion Control Summit

​A training resource for home builders, developers, engineers, architects, landscapers, construction contractors, and municipal staff and crews.

The Mid-Willamette Outreach Group is proud to host the annual Erosion Control and Stormwater Management Summit. If you are in need of continuing education or erosion prevention and sediment control training, then this is the perfect one-day event for you.

Earn up to six continuing education credits in one day

This event focuses on the following core topics to meet your educational goals:

  • New techniques in construction erosion prevention
  • Stormwater facility design standards
  • Operation and maintenance of public stormwater facilities
  • Regulatory updates


If you have any questions or would like to find more out about the erosion control summit, please click the [Submit a question] button.

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You can submit the completed registration form by email or in person.

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Erosion Control Summit Registration Form - 2018Form1/30/2018302 KB
Biofiltration for Stormwater Treatment at Industrial Facilites1/24/201716029 KB
Bioretention Assessment System (BAS)1/24/20175066 KB
Envirolok West - Vegetated Environmental Solutions1/24/201710627 KB
Monitoring the Effectiveness of Green Stormwater Infrastructure1/24/201750989 KB
Private Water Quality Facilities - Management Program and Training1/24/201712237 KB
Stormwater and the General Permitting Program1/24/201712851 KB
Stormwater and the Total Daily Load Program1/24/20171440 KB
Stormwater Industry Update1/24/20176583 KB
Stormwater Management at the Port of Vancouver USA1/24/20174967 KB
Industrial Stormwater Permit Updates1/27/20156977 KB
Maintaining Stormwater Quality Infrastructure1/27/201516783 KB
Managing Erosion and Minimizing Environmental Impacts with BMPs1/27/201511467 KB
Managing Industrial Stormwater1/27/20151570 KB
Oregon Construction and Industrial Stormwater Permitting1/27/2015505 KB
Prevention and Sediment Control Plan Handbook11/17/20031120 KB

​The summit takes place in January. Free parking is available, and free meals and refreshments are included with registration. Early-bird registration usually opens in November.

Contact us

Natural Resources Outreach SpecialistPublic Works Department
8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
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