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Read about why stormwater professionals should consider applying to WEF’s Water Leadership Institute program. Applications close Jan. 14, 2021.

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American Society of Civil Engineers renovates parking lot with sustainability, outreach in mind

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New study shows planting new woodlands can double soil’s ability to retain water within just a few years.

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The agency has developed flood sensors that cost up to 20 times less to maintain and implement than comparable sensors.

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A newly released proposal would bolster the entire perimeter of the Texas Gulf against storm surge from hurricanes.

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Researchers detail a new approach to planning stormwater infrastructure investments that prioritizes mobility.

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation recently launched its year-long Streamflow Forecast Rodeo competition, tasking participants with predicting short-term streamflow in the western U.S. more accurately than conventional methods.

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Six MS4 program permittees were recognized for going above and beyond regulatory requirements in three categories: Innovation, Program Management, and Overall Performance.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comments on the proposal, which would help make service fees more equitable for lower-income communities, through October 19, 2020.

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Suite of resources equips park professionals with the knowledge they need to become green infrastructure champions.

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Rainfall-related disruptions to mobile signals could offer a more effective way to measure rainfall across both large distances and long timeframes.

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How this year’s Gulf of Mexico dead zone survey led by the Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium was blown off-course.

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The new National MS4 Online Resource enables users to dive deep into specific topics and compliance strategies.

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New study describes how salt marshes can work alongside grey infrastructure to improve resilience against sea level rise.

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The WEFTEC Connect technical program features hours of content specifically geared toward stormwater professionals.

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