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March, 2024

Friday
22
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The Technical Committee of the Arizona Floodplain Management Association (AFMA) is pleased to announce a Technical Field Trip to the Gilbert Riparian Reserve in Gilbert, AZ. The trip will include a presentation of the riparian area by the Town of Gilbert Parks and Rec department. In addition to the natural wildlife, plant and landscape features, trails and amenities, the Gilbert Riparian Reserve acts as one of the earliest and largest Town of Gilbert water recharge facilities.
Friday
29
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Join us for a walking tour of Orange Mall, ASU’s first Sustainable SITES Gold project! AFMA is sponsoring an opportunity to see, discuss, and learn about the green stormwater management system along the most active pedestrian mall on campus. Installed in 2017, the Orange Mall extension has increased shade, on-site stormwater management, and educational opportunities through continued water quality and quantity monitoring.

For more background on this project, see the Landscape Performance Series case study: https://www.landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/ASU-orange-mall

May, 2024

Wednesday
1
Crowne Plaza Resort Phoenix-Chandler Golf Resort
8:00 AM
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Flooding Hazards: Science and Preparedness is an awareness-level, eight-hour course that addresses the current science of the causes of floods (both meteorological and otherwise), flood forecasting, flood risk assessment, and best practices for preparation and mitigation for both short-and long-fuse flooding events. Modules include instruction on FEMA flood risk maps and the National Flood Insurance Program, how to read and interpret forecasts, watches, and warnings from the National Weather Service, and proper preparation for sudden flooding and long-fuse flooding. Key concepts and discussion topics will be reinforced with facilitator-lead group activities that utilize real world flood scenarios.

Course Objectives:
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Differentiate between different types of flooding hazards based on the meteorological andhydrological conditions;
Access and interpret FEMA flood risk maps for their area;
Identify organizations involved in forecasting and monitoring flooding, and understand theirproducts; and
Describe dissemination methods for public warnings.
Wednesday
1
Crowne Plaza - Chandler, AZ
8:00 AM
Thursday
2
Crowne Plaza - Chandler, AZ
8:00 AM
Friday
3
Crowne Plaza - Chandler, AZ
8:00 AM

P.O. Box 18102

Phoenix, AZ 85005

United States of America