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Annual Meeting in May is Going Fully Virtual!

In light of the evolving situation with COVID-19 (coronavirus), following the CDC’s latest guidelines to cancel or postpone gatherings of 10 or more people, we will be transitioning the Annual Meeting to a fully virtual event.  We also considered postponing or cancelling the meeting altogether, but decided to move ahead with it on the basis […]

Open Position with DC Department of Energy and Environment: Chief, Building Permit Plan Review Branch

Do you want to play a leading role in transforming Washington DC’s built environment to make the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers fishable and swimmable? Are you interested in leading the team implementing DOEE’s innovative stormwater management regulations, which, over the past 6 years, have resulted in approved designs for Green Infrastructure to manage runoff from […]

The Exchange is Seeking Temporary Administrative & Event Planning Support!

We’re seeking a temporary administrative professional to join our team from January through May 2020, with possibility to extend the position. This is a contracted hourly position that will require an estimated 10 hours/week in January and subsequently evolve to 30-40 hours/week thereafter.  This position is preferably located in Philadelphia and involves working with both […]

Exchange Webinar: GSI on Schoolyards

The webinar GSI on Schoolyards: Barriers and Solutions was held on Thursday, October 31, 2019. In this webinar, presenters shared the results of a new report outlining known challenges and solutions to implementing Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) on schoolyards. The webinar featured presentations from representatives of each of the four case studies included in the report. This […]

2019 Collaborative Grant Projects

In August, the Exchange Collaborative Grant Program awarded $100,000 to fund two new projects. The Collaborative Grant Program is a key tool for Exchange members to work on common problems together. The program is designed to support the Exchange’s goal to improve the speed, cost, and impact of green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) programs through member collaboration. […]

New GI Evaluation Framework from NRPA

Please see the following announcement from the NRPA: Measuring the benefits of green infrastructure just became easier. NRPA’s new Green Infrastructure Evaluation Framework can help you collect data and share how your projects are benefitting the community! The NRPA Great Urban Parks Campaign helps parks implement green infrastructure projects and build vibrant, climate resilient communities. Green […]