Tapping Into New Funding Sources & Partners to Improve Water Quality

  February 12, 2018      Jeremy Sokulsky   Chad Praul   Evan Branosky  

A portfolio of strategies to achieve stormwater goals Stormwater managers have been pulled between competing goals – improving water quality, and the need to limit costs within municipal budgets that support multiple priorities, such as transportation and community health. The requirement to do the “maximum extent practicable” to achieve water quality standards only reinforced this... Read more » Continue Reading

Opening the Door to Alternative Stormwater Compliance

  February 1, 2018      Evan Branosky   Jeremy Sokulsky   Chad Praul  

Keeping our streams and coastal areas clean and healthy is a critical task for urban stormwater managers. This is complicated by the need to address runoff and pollutants from both public and private lands. Cities and counties often engage private developers in the solution by requiring post-construction management of runoff from new development and redevelopment... Read more » Continue Reading

International Conservation Practice Welcomes Kathleen Flower, Senior Associate

  November 30, 2017      Renae Golden   Andrew Alexandrovich  

The International Conservation practice is thrilled to welcome Kathleen Flower, joining the team as a Senior Associate. She brings more than fifteen years of experience in the natural resource management field, with expertise in conservation, international development and capacity building. Kathleen has substantial work experience in North America, sub-Saharan Africa, and Southeast Asia. She has… Read more »

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How the Next Farm Bill Can Generate Greater Environmental Outcomes from Taxpayer Dollars

  November 28, 2017      Eoin Doherty  

As we gathered with our families and friends this Thanksgiving, we were reminded of the farmers and ranchers that make this meal possible each year. We are thankful for the harvest they provide, as well as the vital role they play in protecting and enhancing our ecosystems. How can we better support our working lands,… Read more »

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