WEBINARS

Interested in a training for a special group? Use the contact us button on the top menu bar to request additional webinars or in-person trainings in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

Recorded Webinars

Do you want to create a plan for reducing nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment? These webinars are for you! Learn how to create a scenario and analyze the results.

Introduction to CAST and the data available

This webinar provides an introduction to CAST. It shows overall functions including viewing scenarios, loads and acres in maps, graphs and tabular formats. It shows how to view your current land use and which BMPs are credited in any year or scenario.

Introduction

Editing BMPs

Learn the three ways to add and edit BMPs. Also review the three BMP report types, what they mean and how to use them.

Add and Edit BMPs

Creating Scenarios

Creating scenarios. 1 hour, 30 min.

Targeting reductions by location, load source and most effective, least expensive BMP

Targeting by location, load source and BMP. 1 hour, 15 min.

 

CAST for Local Government Planners

This webinar provides an overview of how CAST can be used to answer some basic scoping questions, like how many BMPs in your community have been reported as implemented to the Bay Program, or what the land uses are. We then walk through how you can use CAST to develop a pollutant reduction plan (or similar implementation plan). A How-To Guide walks through the methods for answering several questions that were presented in the webinar. An example spreadsheet demonstrates how to apply CAST results to a geography that is not in CAST, like a township. The webinar was hosted by the Chesapeake Stormwater Network (CSN) as part of their webcast series.

 

Using CAST to Develop Implementation Plans that Meet Loading Targets in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed - sponsored by EPA's Watershed Academy

EPA’s Watershed Academy sponsored the 94th free Webcast Seminar on November 9, 2017, “Using CAST to Develop Implementation Plans that Meet Loading Targets in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed”. View the recorded webinar online.