Steering Group Meeting

Contact Kas Guillozet at kguillozet@b-e-f.org for more information.

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

Managing Subcontracts: Lunch n Learn

It’s construction season and the short fish window many partners face for implementation is just around the corner. Come join us for a conversation with partners around the state to discuss ways to manage consultant contracts in ways that are mutually helpful and reduce work burdens. We’ll cover subcontracts such as: • Construction • Geospatial […]

FbD Tribal Panel

The FbD Culture and Capacity Action Group is hosting an opportunity for a unique conversation with Tribal leaders from across Washington. This two hours virtual panel will provide an opportunity for floodplain professionals to gain a deeper understanding of the multi-dimensionalities of tribal governments, tribal people and communities across Washington to promote cross-cultural learning and […]

FbD DEIJ Meeting

(Invite only, contact randerson@b-e-f.org for more information)

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