About the Presenter:
The founder and president of Roth Ecological Design International LLC, Lauren C. Roth Venu has been a leader in integrated systems planning and ecological design for over eleven years. Her company provides consulting, project management, design/build and operational services for natural-systems technologies for storm-water and onsite wastewater treatment. As part of the design team, Lauren received a regional U.S. EPA award (2005) for the innovative and cost-saving design of a water feature at Hualālai Golf Course on Hawai’i Island. Lauren is also cofounder of Ke Kai Ola Farms, a research and development 501(c) (3) nonprofit focused on sustainable saltwater bioremediation systems and integrated marine aquaculture techniques. Her clients include developers, government, architects, schools, and industry.
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