Presented as part of Whidbey Earth Day Festival!
Low impact development emphasizes reducing stormwater runoff and accompanying pollutant transport by techniques that allow stormwater to absorb into the ground. This class introduces various techniques to reduce stormwater run-off including reduction of impervious surfaces, creation of rain gardens, dispersion methods green roofs, and pin foundations.
Brad Gluth is a Civil Engineering graduate of WSU, who works for the City of Oak Harbor as their Stormwater Engineer, and as a Certified Stormwater Manager (CSM). He holds certifications from WSU and from the Department of Ecology in Low Impact Development (LID) design and is a certified pervious concrete technician. He has 21 years of post graduation experience in civil engineering and stormwater design. He has spent time on Whidbey island since 1986 and became an island resident in 2003.