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.
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.
Flood damage to a popular recreation trail created an opportunity for multiple benefits for people, nature, and salmon. Read the full story to learn more.
The Upper Carlson floodplain restoration project shows the multiple benefits that can be achieved through floodplain restoration. Watch the full video to learn more about the project.
Last week state legislators awarded $35.5 million dollars to the Floodplains by Design grant program, paving the way for seven multiple benefit projects across the state. For more details, read the full release
Tearing out old levees and allowing room for our rivers to flood — safely — can save lives, property and restore crucial salmon habitat. To learn more about multiple benefits of floodplain restoration, read this article from The Seattle Times.
The Floodplains by Design Partnership hosted a workshop on February 26 to provide stakeholders across Puget Sound and Washington State with an update on the Floodplains by Design program. Read the full report.
The Rainbow Bend Floodplain Restoration project along the Cedar River is a good example of the multiple benefits that can be achieved through floodplain restoration. To learn more, watch the full video.
A Floodplains by Design project is paying dividends along the Puyallup River. Read the full article.
After a recent flood, the town of Orting is high and dry thanks to a new levee along the Puyallup River. Watch the full video on KOMOnews.com
Floodplains by Design is building on the success of multiple benefit projects like the Hansen Creek restoration in Skagit County. Read the full article.