Join FRWA and the Northwest Conservation District for a forum on “Keeping Water Clean in Winchester” on March 24th at 6:30 pm at the Northwest Connecticut Community College’s Arts and Sciences building. We will discuss all the different Low Impact Development measures that have been installed in Winchester. The slide presentation will highlight projects, including the retrofit stormwater management systems at the Winchester Wastewater Treatment Facility and the Crystal Lake Water Filtration Facility which demonstrate how to clean up polluted stormwater runoff to the Still River and other streams and lakes in Winchester. The presentation will also highlight projects completed on the NCCC Campus. In addition, catch a glimpse of future projects planned to further reduce water pollution to the Winchester’s natural water resources. The meeting is open to the public – no reservations needed.
Meet us at the NCCC campus, Arts & Sciences Building at 6:30, we will walk out the rain garden on campus and then start our lecture around 7pm in the lecture hall.
Questions please contact FRWA at (860) 658-4442 x0 or firstname.lastname@example.org.