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From the latest funding news to programs and more, read about the latest in storm water and erosion control funding. 

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Sep 1 2021
A team of professors and students from the University of Connecticut (UConn) are helping five Connecticut towns with a plan to reduce storm water…
Aug 27 2021
Dilapidated. An eyesore.  Those are just a couple adjectives that come to mind when Paul Berland talks about the former Northeast Iowa Resources…
Aug 17 2021
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the Division of Public Health will begin soliciting for new water quality…
Aug 12 2021
FEMA announced it published funding notices for two hazard mitigation grant programs for $1.16 billion to combat climate change and protect…
Aug 10 2021
The U.S. Senate passed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act after months of bipartisan negotiations between the Biden Administration and a…
Aug 4 2021
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that $5 million in grants is now available for local wetland projects aimed at improving water quality in the…
storm-water
Image credit: Louis Cook © Philadelphia Water Department. As part of the Green City, Clean Waters plan, a certain amount of "Greened Acres" must be created every five years.
Aug 3 2021
Like hundreds of communities across the U.S., Philadelphia is tasked with the monumental mission of significantly reducing combined sewer overflows…
Jul 16 2021
A survey of 241 cities, villages and other jurisdictions along the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River shows that coastal damage from climate change…
Jul 12 2021
In this week’s episode of Dropping By, Katie Johns, managing editor of SWS, is joined by Jenn Pryce, president and CEO of Calvert Impact Capital and…
Jun 3 2021
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and the U.S. EPA announced $9.6 million in grants to support the restoration and conservation of the…
Jun 2 2021
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Jim Wells County Judge Juan Rodriguez announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) approved more than $29…
erosion control
Increasingly intense weather events are pressuring communities to address coastal erosion.
Jun 1 2021
The time to protect our coasts is now. Increasingly intense storm events and flooding concerns are putting pressure on coastal communities and…
biorention basin
The benefactors of funding are stakeholders and community members, who in this article, reap the benefits of green infrastructure in their neighborhoods.
Jun 1 2021
Storm water runoff and its impacts to communities nationwide, as a result of flooding events, drainage issues and increased pollution of local and…
May 26 2021
President Joe Biden announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) would double the funding to help the U.S. prepare for extreme…
May 24 2021
The Texas General Land Office announced it awarded the city of Seguin $37.8 million and the city of Marion $9.9 million for storm water improvements…
Apr 28 2021
On Apr. 27, 2021, U.S. EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the 2021 notice of funding availability under the agency’s Water Infrastructure…
Apr 27 2021
A water quality project in Sioux Center has received $100,000 in state funding. The Sioux Center Meadow Creek Wet Pond project will receive $100,000…
Apr 19 2021
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority announced its contract with the Water Center at Penn and PennPraxis to develop a comprehensive storm water…
Apr 16 2021
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael S. Regan announced a $156 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (…
Apr 15 2021
A program to install storm water control features at up to 200 homes in New Orleans, Louisiana, is halfway done, according to the city, reported The…
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