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Building on Water, Working in RAIN

Hello all! I am a current Masters student in Sustainability Management at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. My research focuses on water and storm water management and, as such, I am also part of the… 1,167 more words

Colorado Springs City Council okays funds for Fountain Creek District

From The Colorado Springs Gazette (Billie Stanton Anleu):

A City Council resolution approved Tuesday lets Mayor John Suthers start funneling city money to the Fountain Creek Watershed, Flood Control and Greenway District.

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Colorado Water

DEP Provides $785,000 for Panama City Water Improvement and Park

July 24, 2015

PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Today, Florida Department of Environmental Protection representatives and state and local elected officials attended a ribbon cutting for the Lisenby Avenue Stormwater Management Facility. 293 more words


MDEQ Non-Point Source Water Quality Grants, Deadline Aug. 12

The DEQ is making available about $4.2 million of state and federal funding for water quality projects that restore and protect Michigan’s lakes, streams and wetlands by controlling polluted runoff. 105 more words


The Fountain Creek Watershed Flood Control and Greenway District meeting recap

From The Pueblo Chieftain (Chris Woodka):

It may be time to pass the hat again for the district trying to fix Fountain Creek.

The Fountain Creek Watershed Flood Control and Greenway District Friday looked again at a dismal funding picture or a model for government austerity, depending on point of view.

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Colorado Water

Urban Stormwater Runoff

The issue of polluted urban runoff and its impact on water quality is one I hold dear to my heart. When I’m not Journeyfooting, I’m working on building… 58 more words


How could this cute little creature impact your stormwater NOI?

According to the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, the Northern Long-eared Bat is listed as Endangered and protected under the Massachusetts Endangered Species Act. This population of bat has been devastated by the spread of White-nose Syndrome, a type of fungus found in caves that grows over the bat during hibernation, causing them to periodically wake from hibernation, lose valuable stored fat, and fail to survive the winter. 289 more words

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