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Innovative Floodplain Strategies: Application of No Adverse Impacts Principles for Coastal Areas

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Topic(s):

Floodplain Management , Land Conservation

Priority Issue(s):

Community Resilience , Habitat Conservation

Host Partner(s):

Apalachicola Reserve

Location:

map icon Cedar Key, FL

Date/Time:

calendar icon5/28/2009

Price:

$15.00

Max Applicants:

20

        

Click here for a copy of the Coastal No Adverse Impact Handbook (May 2007) and workshop speaker biographies.

Special thanks to our partners who made this event possible.

 

Agenda

Time

Session

Media/Resources

Video

May 28, 8:45

Registration

9:00

Welcome and Introductions
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR

9:15

Brief Overview of CNAI, Coastal Zone and Coastal Hazards, Mitigation, Infrastructure, Emergency Services, Education and Outreach, Legal Basis
Sam Medlock, ASFPM

002 CNAI Intro.pdf

9:50

Hazard Identification and Mapping, Updates on Floodplain Maps and Storm Surge Maps, Hands on Map Reading
Alan Lulloff, ASFPM

003 Hazard ID.pdf

10:30

Break

10:45

Development and Regulation Standards, Planning
Sam Medlock, ASFPM

003 Planning and Standards.pdf

10:55

State and Local Policies: Comprehensive Plans, Local Codes and Ordinances
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR

004 Florida Comprehensive Plan Statutes and Policy.pdf
004 FL_CMP_Fed_Consistency.pdf
004 County Comp Plan summaries.pdf

11:45

The Role of Natural Resource Protection in Hazard Mitigation
Christine Olsenius, SEWF

005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation - Impact of Land Use on Land and WQ.pdf
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation - Planning for GI Part 1.pdf
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation - Planning for GI Part 2.pdf
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation - Planning for GI Part 3.pdf

12:15

Lunch

1:15

Interactive Map Activity - Wetland Protection and Hazard Mitigation
Christine Olsenius, SEWF

005 Identifying a GI Network in Levy Citrus Dixie and Taylor Counties.pdf

2:30

Tools and Strategies for Conservation Planning and Hazard Mitigation, Interactive Exercise, Action Steps
Christine Olsenius, SEWF

006 Identifying Strategies for Conservation Planning Part 1.pdf
006 Identifying Strategies for Conservation Planning Part 2.pdf

3:30

Additional Resources
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR and Amy Gohres, WBF

3:45

Evaluations and Wrap Up
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR and Amy Gohres, WBF

NAI Evaluation.pdf

4:00

Adjourn