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GSI Field Scan Survey

In November 2016, the Exchange launched its Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Field Scan Survey and disseminated it to leaders from GSI programs across North America. The survey is the first of its kind in assessing the drivers, scope, and practices of GSI...

Collaborate on a Project!

Exchange user groups have been busy driving forward conversations on priority GSI topic areas. The user groups’ collaboration will result in webinars, new standards, and ongoing conversations on the following topic areas: Informational webinars on: Maintenance...

Recommendations for a Sustainable NYC

The National Resources Defense Council and NYU-Stern Center for Sustainable Business provided the NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection with recommendations for growing a green, equitable, and sustainable community as they establish their new private property GSI...

Baltimore is Candidate for Multiple Funding Sources

Baltimore has taken advantage of outside funding opportunities for its infrastructure projects. The city adds WIFIA to its possible funding sources in addition to the CWSRF the state of Maryland was awarded to implement 36 new clean water projects, including various...

NGICP Now Certified One Hundred Workers 

Over 100 individuals from Baltimore, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and Washington DC have now completed the National Green Infrastructure Certification Program, which trains and certifies them for work in GSI construction, inspection, and maintenance.

Los Angeles Releases Sustainability “pLAn”

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti’s has announced a four-part sustainability “pLAn” which lists targets in the areas of local water & solar, energy-efficient buildings, carbon & climate leadership, and waste & landfills. This article goes...

Upcoming Conferences

  Aug. 27-31: Surface Water Quality Conference and Exposition in Bellevue, WA StormCon is holding its 16th annual conference to explore GSI solutions and a healthy bottom line. Register and view the event program here. Oct. 3-4: Growing Sustainable Communities...

River Network Equitable Practices Webinars

This two-part webinar series supports watershed organizations working towards equitable solutions. The first webinar addresses “The What, Why, and How of Relevancy, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity” while the second focuses on “Grappling with Unconscious Bias for More...

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