The Department of Ecology has released the Floodplains by Design ranked project list for 2017.
Read the full story in the Yakima Herald.
This new report summarizes the current state of knowledge concerning observed and likely future climate trends and their effects on the lands, waters, and people of the Puget Sound region. Read the full report here.
Join us for the Floodplains by Design Celebration Reception and Dinner on Monday, September 12 from 5:00 – 8:00pm at the Renaissance Hotel in Seattle.
Floodplains by Design is seeking reviewers for our project applications. This is your chance to be involved with selecting the most exciting floodplain restoration projects in the state for inclusion in the 2017 Ecology budget request.
Earlier this year, the state Department of Ecology received and reviewed 56 pre-proposals for the next round of Floodplains by Design grant funding. Read the full article for a full summary.
Floodplains by Design seeks your input for a celebration event and workshop coming later this year. Please take a few minutes to fill out a survey on how to best design the event.
The Floodplains by Design partnership hosted a workshop on February 9 to discuss how to advance integrated floodplain management. Click here to read the full report on the workshop.
Floodplains by Design’s Bob Carey joined Gary Shipe, host of the Public Affairs show on Hubbard Radio, to talk about floodplains. Click here to listen to the segment.
Investing in ecosystems infrastructure is a win-win for the health and well-being of our communities. Read the full article for more.
A February 2015 flood damaged an old railroad trestle over the Dungeness River. In the 10 months and 2 days since, that bridge has been upgraded, a project that simultaneously benefits people, salmon and rivers. Read the full article for more.