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Integrated Watershed Management and Hazard Mitigation Planning WorkshopThe second of five Advancing the Integration of Clean Water Act and Natural Hazard Mitigation Planning and Implementation project workshops will be held in November 2024 and will welcome states and communities in the Southeast.The workshop program can be reviewed here.

Dates: November 13-15, 2024

Location: Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve, Ponte Vedra Beach, FLGuana Peninsula, Guana Lake and Guana River

Who should attend: The focus of the training is on integrating programs to improve interagency planning and implementation of co-beneficial projects that reduce flood risk and improve water quality, among other benefits. To embed this focus on program integration, states, local community, and Tribal participants will be asked to attend in pairs. Each pair should consist of one individual who works on programs related to Clean Water Act requirements and one individual who works on programs related to natural hazard mitigation. States will participate in the training to deepen their relationship with any communities or Tribes in attendance from their state. Following the two-day workshop, NAWM and ASFPM will continue to work with each cohort to facilitate integration efforts via quarterly calls and webinars.  

If you are interested in having your community participate in an upcoming training, please see sign-up information!


Photo: Guana Peninsula, Guana Lake and Guana River with the Guana dam separating the two waterbodies. Credit: Allix North, FL Department of Environmental Protection

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