Innovative Floodplain Strategies: Application of No Adverse Impacts Principles for Coastal Areas, Apalachicola, 5/28/2009

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

        
Download Workshop Agenda: Innovative Floodplain Strategies Application of No Adverse Impacts Principles – Agenda

Download a copy of the Coastal No Adverse Impact Handbook (May 2007)

Download Speaker Biographies

Download Speaker Presentations:

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

Hazard Identification and Mapping, Updates on Floodplain Maps and Storm Surge Maps, Hands on Map Reading
Alan Lulloff, ASFPM003 Hazard ID

Development and Regulation Standards, Planning
Sam Medlock, ASFPM: 003 Planning and Standards

State and Local Policies: Comprehensive Plans, Local Codes and Ordinances
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR:
004 County Comp Plan summaries
004 FL_CMP_Fed_Consistency
004 Florida Comprehensive Plan Statutes and Policy

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
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation – Planning for GI Part 1
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation – Planning for GI Part 2
005 Role of Protection in Haz Mitigation – Planning for GI Part 3

Interactive Map Activity – Wetland Protection and Hazard Mitigation
Christine Olsenius, SEWF: 005 Identifying a GI Network in Levy Citrus Dixie and Taylor Counties

Tools and Strategies for Conservation Planning and Hazard Mitigation, Interactive Exercise, Action Steps, Christine Olsenius, SEWF:
006 Identifying Strategies for Conservation Planning Part 1
006 Identifying Strategies for Conservation Planning Part 2

Additional Resources
Rosalyn Kilcollins, ANERR and Amy Gohres, WBF

Special thanks to our partners who made this event possible.

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