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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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Katie Johns
Katie Johns, managing editor
Jan 14 2022
Well, the votes are in. Out of the 147 people who took our 2021 State of the Industry survey, the majority, at 35.37%, said 2021 was “average.” This…
Dec 8 2021
The U.S. EPA announced that 39 new projects are being invited to apply for Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loans and 4…
Dec 6 2021
The U.S. House of Representatives has joined the U.S. Senate in passing The Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal.  The passage of this bill has unlocked…
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Katie Johns, managing editor for SWS
Nov 29 2021
It has been quite a year. Coming off of a tumultuous 2020, 2021 brought back a slight sense of normalcy. Though the COVID-19 pandemic is still…
Nov 22 2021
Chi-Cal Rivers Fund partners announced six projects selected to receive $1.2 million in grant funding to improve and enhance waterways in the Chicago…
Nov 19 2021
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the federal-state Chesapeake Bay Program partnership…
Nov 11 2021
The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative has released a statement urging Congress to take immediate action on the Build Back Better…
Nov 8 2021
News Update Editor's Note: This article has been updated on November 16. On November 15, Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act…
Nov 1 2021
Legal experts specializing in the aftermath of natural disasters will aid Tropical Storm Fred survivors at legal clinics. This comes after Tropical…
Oct 19 2021
A new resource is available for Lancaster and York County, Pennsylvania, landowners who are seeking solutions for their storm water management…
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After storm water improvements, there is zero runoff from the Northeast Iowa Resource Conservation and Development demonstration site.
Oct 11 2021
Dilapidated. An eyesore.  Those are just a couple adjectives that come to mind when Paul Berland talks about the former Northeast Iowa Resource…
Sep 30 2021
Scientists are studying how to reduce nutrients that fuel algae blooms in Tampa Bay, Florida. Members of University of Florida's Institute of Food…
Sep 20 2021
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) announced 41 grant awards totaling nearly $11.5 million. These funds, according to the NFWF press…
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…
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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…
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