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FbD Presents: Collaboration Campfires

Yup, Still Virtual! Up your online collaboration savvy with your fellow practitioners. In an initial series of five one-hour virtual gatherings, we’ll explore ways to collaborate online. We’ll sit around our virtual fire and explore the challenges and options we have to continue our integrated floodplain (and other natural resource) management work when we can’t meet […]

Recurring

FbD Presents: Collaboration Campfires

Yup, Still Virtual! Up your online collaboration savvy with your fellow practitioners. In an initial series of five one-hour virtual gatherings, we’ll explore ways to collaborate online. We’ll sit around our virtual fire and explore the challenges and options we have to continue our integrated floodplain (and other natural resource) management work when we can’t meet […]

Recurring

FbD Presents: Collaboration Campfires

Yup, Still Virtual! Up your online collaboration savvy with your fellow practitioners. In an initial series of five one-hour virtual gatherings, we’ll explore ways to collaborate online. We’ll sit around our virtual fire and explore the challenges and options we have to continue our integrated floodplain (and other natural resource) management work when we can’t meet […]

Recurring

FbD Presents: Collaboration Campfires

Yup, Still Virtual! Up your online collaboration savvy with your fellow practitioners. In an initial series of five one-hour virtual gatherings, we’ll explore ways to collaborate online. We’ll sit around our virtual fire and explore the challenges and options we have to continue our integrated floodplain (and other natural resource) management work when we can’t meet […]

Exploring Equity: Shifting our practices to center equity.

Now more than ever, people are taking time in their incredibly busy lives to understand how our work and communities can be more equitable. This workshop will explore concepts of equity and how using an equity-lens can further improve our work, enrich our discussions, and help us have deeper impact. Fara Mahesri and Nancy White […]

Noticing and Sharing Change: The Work to Integrate Fish, Farms and Flood

Shifting a paradigm is a quiet transformation. Over the last 5 years we have changed the way we are looking at our floodplains, through a holistic lens rather than a siloed approach.  And in each watershed across Washington we are noticing what is changing, taking our own steps into tailored locally driven solutions. In some […]

Increasing Efficiency in Permitting Ecol. Restoration in Flood Hazard Areas, Webinar 2

Increasing Efficiency in Permitting Ecol. Restoration in Flood Hazard Areas, webinar 2 - Where might there be flexibility in permitting systems (e.g. via interpretation or additional support) to address challenges in the mid-term? https://www.eventbrite.com/e/increasing-efficiency-in-permitting-ecol-restoration-in-flood-hazard-areas-tickets-202642357747

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