The Adapting to Rising Tides (ART) program has launched their ART portfolio website, that provides planning guidance, tools, and information that has been developed by the ART program do address the challenges of climate change. More specifically, the portfolio consists of:
Click here for more information!
NOAA Marine Debris Program Announces Community-based Marine Debris Removal Federal Funding Opportunities
The NOAA Marine Debris program is currently offering several nationwide, competitive funding opportunities for marine debris projects. The types of grants include:
Applications are open until November 2, 2015. For more information, click here or visit grants.gov to apply.
This week we are highlighting the work of our TNC network members and the development of the Floodplains by Design Decision Support Tool!
The Floodplains by Design partnership (FbD) is a collaborative effort to improve floodplain management in Puget Sound by aligning otherwise isolated objectives and supporting coordination among previously disconnected stakeholders including state and federal agencies, tribes, local governments, agricultural and conservation organizations and more. A key component of this strategy is the development of a framework… click here to read more!
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