I know CEU requirements vary wildly from state to state wildly, but if you need to fulfill some hours — or just like learnin’! — check out a recent DeepRoot-sponsored course available through McGraw-Hill, Greening the Site: Design Options for Sustainability.
This course, put together by Angela Dye, FASLA, LEEP AP, of A Dye Design, also appears in the November/December issue of Greensource Magazine. It discusses current approaches to creating sustainable landscapes, with a focus on urban forests, stormwater quality, and design solutions for sites that cannot accommodate trees. More specifically, this course covers protective grate systems, suspended pavement to deliver soil volumes to street trees, and permeable pavements.
This course was approved by the USGBC for 1.00 GBCI CE hour(s) for LEED Credential Maintenance.
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