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Get to Know StormStore: A guided virtual tour of the new website

December 12, 2022, Noon CT

Online via Zoom.

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Join Metropolitan Planning Council and The Nature Conservancy as we unveil the new StormStore website:! Tune in on Monday, December 12 from Noon - 1 p.m. (CT) to explore the new site on a guided web tour, hear directly from an experienced StormStore participant, and learn how StormStore can benefit you. This free event serves as an open house for anyone interested in StormStore and/or the brand new site. 

Speakers include:

  • Erin Delawalla, Regional Manager, Client Solutions, RES

  • Kristin Ihnchak, Director of Equitable Planning, Greenprint Partners

  • Ryan Wilson, Manager of Water Resources and StormStore, Metropolitan Planning Council

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Dec 12, 2022
Virtual Events
Get to Know StormStore: A guided virtual tour of the new website
Noon CT

Online via Zoom.

Hosted by: Metropolitan Planning Council, The Nature Conservancy

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