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June 20 Webinar:
Learn how Floodplain Management Plans make communities more resilient

Watershed University is pleased to announce that Brian Rast from the US Army Corps of Engineers' Institute for Water Resources will present an overview of floodplain management plans and will describe how development and implementation of these plans can contribute towards increased community resilience. Communities are required to prepare and implement a floodplain management plan as part of Local Hazard Mitigation Plans, Community Rating System requirements, and construction of cost-shared flood risk management or coastal storm risk management projects. Brian will also share examples of community-adopted floodplain management plans.

Join us to learn about floodplain management plans and how they can make your community more resilient.

About the speaker:

  • Brian Rast, Collaboration and Public Participation Center of Expertise U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Institute for Water Resources Member, USACE Nonstructural/Flood Proofing Committee

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Webinar meeting information:
Date: Tuesday, June 20, 12:00-1:00 pm
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What is Watershed University?

Watershed University is a free event that provides education and networking opportunities for California professionals in floodplain management, water management, emergency management and related fields. Led by the California Silver Jackets, this event is a cooperative effort that evolved from the recognition that some communities could not afford the investment of time and money to send floodplain managers and other professionals to conferences.

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