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Friday, March 17 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Improving Water Quality Through Land Use in Developed Areas

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Members of the Camden Collaborative Initiative will discuss how their joint efforts in creating green infrastructure and developing a coordinated network of environmental professionals have improved water quality and mitigated stormwater flooding in Camden, New Jersey.

 Approved for APA CM 1.25.
  • Participants who successfully complete this educational program will be awarded 1 NJ Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hour (CEs). 
  • New Jersey Conservation Foundation has been approved by the New Jersey Department of Health as a provider of New Jersey Public Health Continuing Education Contact Hours (CEs).   


Danielle Denk

Program Manager, The Trust for Public Land
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Olivia Glenn

Regional Manager, South Jersey Metro, NJ Conservation Foundation
Olivia joined NJ Conservation Foundation as South Jersey Metro Regional Manager, with an emphasis on Camden.  Prior to that, Olivia worked in a charter school in Camden, and at NJDEP.  Olivia serves on the Pennsauken Environmental Commission and Camden County Open Space Committee.  She was named a Camden County Sustainability Champion and NJ Co-Chair of the Circuit Trails Coalition.  Olivia graduated with honors in the major from Dartmouth... Read More →

Andrew Kricun

Executive Director, Camden County Municipal Utilities Authority
Andy Kricun is Executive Director/Chief Engineer of Camden County MUA, a wastewater treatment plant and regional sewer system. Mr. Kricun graduated with honors from Princeton University with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering. He also has a professional engineer’s license in civil engineering and is a Board Certified Environmental Engineer by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.  Andy is the recipient of an... Read More →

Louise C. Wilson

Green Infrastructure Manager, New Jersey Future
Louise Wilson manages New Jersey Future’s green infrastructure project, a program aimed at moving green stormwater infrastructure practices into the mainstream. She is a former mayor and committeewoman in Montgomery Township, and former member of the New Jersey State Planning Commission. She was transition manager for Sustainable Jersey as it gained its status as an independent nonprofit. Louise has served as an officer of the League of... Read More →

Friday March 17, 2017 10:30am - 11:45am
Conference Room B Second Floor

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