Vegetation Conference 2015

Educational Conference on the Use of Vegetation as Near-Roadway Mitigation for Air Quality

Breathe California and the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD) hosted the fourth Education Conference on Using Vegetation as Near-Roadway Mitigation for Air Quality on June 2-3, 2015.

Over 50 attendees from across the nation discussed the current state of research, best practices and implementation examples, as well as ways to make vegetation a more widely accepted and utilized mitigation tool. Here you can see the agenda from the event, as well as related presentations below.

Vegetation Conference 2015 Day 1

Vegetation Conference 2015 Day 2

If you have questions, or need access to a specific vegetation conference resource, please contact Program Manager, Katie Valenzuela Garcia.

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