Fabiola  Alikpokou

MCRP, Staff Planner

Fabiola Alikpokou has joined our planning team as a Staff Planner. Fabiola has a Master’s Degree in Community and Regional Planning from the University of NE-Lincoln. She earned two Bachelor of Science degrees in political science and international studies, as well as a certificate in public management from the University of NE-Omaha. Fabiola has experience in both the public and private sectors gathering research and providing analysis for comprehensive plans, corridor studies, and bicycle and pedestrian master plans. Her plate is already full here at HW with assignments related to the Sudbury Master Plan Update, the Canton Master Plan Update, and housing diversity work in Exeter, NH. Fabiola can be reached in our Providence office.

 

March 6-7, 2019

UMass Amherst, MA

Sustaining the Living Landscape

We look forward to presenting at the Ecological Landscape Alliance (ELA) Conference  on March 6th. Several staff members will be presenting in the Form, Function, and Flow: Managing Stormwater Naturally category.

Brian Kuchar, RLA, P.E., Jennifer Relstab, P.E. and Michelle West, P.E. will present The Wet and Wild World of Constructed Wetlands March 6th at 2:00pm. Please join them to find out why these multi-faceted yet underutilized beauties (constructed wetlands) have become our favorite green infrastructure practice!

 

Workshop Description:

This presentation will focus on three main topics:  an overview of constructed stormwater wetlands including their many benefits and when to use them, New England case studies constructed over the past five years, and lessons learned during the various phases of those projects.  We will also have time for an open discussion with our panel to dig deeper into specific topics or projects. Learn more at the ELA site.

constructed wetland in milford with sign

 

March 2, 2019

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

 

HW STAFF and WORKSHOP TOPICS

Common Woody Plants of Massachusetts Freshwater Wetlands

Amy Ball, PWS, CWS

This workshop will focus on the most frequently encountered trees, shrubs, and woody vines of swamps, bogs, marshes, and other freshwater wetlands in Massachusetts. This two-block session will include both hands-on identification and presentations that will cover characteristics used in field identification and photo descriptions of each plant.


GI Goes Mainstream: Benefits and Applications

Rich Claytor, P.E., and Geoff Glover

This two-part workshop will include a presentation to update participants on the benefits, costs, design requirements, and applications of the latest advancements in Green Infrastructure practices. The second part of the workshop will include a hands-on interactive exercise. Learn more at the MACC site.


As an exhibitor, sponsor, and presenter we look forward to meeting conservation professionals at the MACC Conference.