FbD Grant Application Map Templates Now Available!

FbD Grant Application Map Templates Now Available!

The Nature Conservancy has developed a set of ArcGIS map templates for FbD grant applicants to use in the upcoming round of FbD grant funding. These templates are available to use with ArcGIS v10.3 or later and are optional but encouraged. Since this is the first year...

Leque Island: 250 Acres Open to the Tide

Leque Island: 250 Acres Open to the Tide

By Kat Morgan, Associate Director for Puget Sound Conservation Seven years ago this fall, I wore a hard hat and safety vest to visit The Nature Conservancy’s Port Susan Bay Preserve as a major estuary restoration project was underway. 150 acres of former estuary was...

Floodplains by Design is Seeking a Consultant!

Floodplains by Design is Seeking a Consultant!

The Washington Chapter of The Nature Conservancy (“Conservancy”) is seeking qualifications from qualified consultants to facilitate the Floodplains by Design (FbD) leadership and work group meetings, project manage the creation of a collaborative governance structure...

RSVP for our Spring Workshop!

RSVP for our Spring Workshop!

The Confluence of Innovation and Collaboration A day of sharing stories, challenges, questions and generate new ideas to further advance integrated floodplain management   Tuesday, May 28, 2019 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM The Mountaineers 7700 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA...

Editorial: Floodplains projects worth state’s investment

Editorial: Floodplains projects worth state’s investment

Check out this article by the Everett Harold that highlights projects funded by Floodplains by Design, and the need for funding for these projects. This article highlights two projects in Snohomish County, including one with the Sustainable Lands Strategy and the...

Floodplains by Design is Seeking a Consultant!

Floodplains by Design is Seeking a Consultant!

The Washington Chapter of The Nature Conservancy (“Conservancy”) is seeking qualifications from qualified consultants to facilitate the Floodplains by Design (FbD) leadership meetings and support an organizational transition to a more collaborative and sustainable...

2019 FbD Project List Announcement

2019 FbD Project List Announcement

The Department of Ecology (Ecology), along with our partners the Puget Sound Partnership (Partnership) and The Nature Conservancy (TNC), are announcing the release of the Floodplains by Design (FbD) 2019-21 project list.  This project list supports Ecology’s request...

Two RFPs From NFWF

Two RFPs From NFWF

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation is currently requesting proposals for two grants: Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program 2018  The program will award up to $800,000 in funds this year for killer whale conservation. The program may also support...

Get Inspired!

Get Inspired!

Are you inspired to be part of a lasting legacy of environmental commitment and action that shapes the future of Washington State?  Watch and listen to the powerful Ecology video highlighting SEA Programs’ Floodplain by Design efforts, and get inspired to join an...

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