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River Rally 2022 in D.C! Proposals and Award Nominations Open!

River Network is excited to announce that our annual River Rally will be June 4-7th in Washington D.C. We want to make sure local leaders and amazing projects are highlighted so we encourage individuals and organizations consider: Submitting a River Hero Nomination: Know an individual who goes above and beyond to protect access to drinking…

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Equitable Infrastructure Toolkit Now Available!

River Network released an Equitable Infrastructure Toolkit broken into sections on utilities, affordability, infrastructure, and how to influence the decision-making process to ensure equitable infrastructure investment at the local, state and federal levels. The toolkit includes specifics on funding sources and how they flow from the federal to the state to the local level and how…

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Consultant Needed! River Network seeks a data management and visualization consultant

River Network is seeking proposals from qualified individuals and consultants to provide data management and visualization trainings and support to local groups engaged in water quality monitoring within the Delaware River Basin. For more information, please review the Request for Proposals and contact Colleen Walters at cwalters@rivernetwork.org with questions. Proposals are due July 7th. All…

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Community-Led Research Toolkit Out Now!

Released on Thursday, February 18th, River Network’s new Community-Led Research Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance and lessons learned on how to effectively engage with community members to understand climate impacts and to develop equitable climate resilience strategies. Also, join our staff on March 8 for a Roundtable to learn about the Toolkit, hear real-world case studies,…

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Winter 2021 River Network Roundtables-Registration Open!

River Network is continuing our popular Coffee/Lunch Roundtable series in 2021. We have two upcoming trainings: Wednesday, January 27th 12pm EST Building Online Connectivity (featuring Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and Chesapeake Network!) Learn more and register here. Wednesday, February 24th 12pm EST Adapting Fundraisers to Virtual Events Learn more and register here.

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River Network & Water Now Alliance: Building Trust Between Community Groups and Water Systems

As part of River Network’s & Water Now Alliance work to build trust between community groups and water utilities, we just released our RFP seeking 3 community-water utility partners to work with us to strengthen these relationships. Each will receive funding and technical assistance. Applications are due on 1/29. More details can be found here: …

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New Grant Opportunity from River Network

River Network is launching the NEW Community-Based Participatory Research Technical Assistance Grants Program. Applications are due Wednesday, October 28th. For more information, please visit https://www.rivernetwork.org/cbpr-grants Recipients will receive a $6,500 grant and technical assistance to develop and deploy a CBPR project to address issues related to climate threats and water equity in their communities. Our goal is to support  leaders…

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Fall 2020 Online Coffee/Lunch Roundtables-Request for Info!

River Network is pleased to continue our popular one hour coffee/lunch roundtables into the fall but we need your help! Let us know what topics you would like to see included in this next round by completing this one question survey! Survey can be found here: https://forms.gle/MrhawMPDT7eaEqZa8   Thank you!

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New Funding Opportunities from River Network

River Network is currently accepting proposals for the following funding opportunities. Youth River Education and Recreation Program Grants. The National Park Service and River Network are pleased to announce a grant opportunity to fund projects that develop and/or expand “on-water” education, recreation, and/or cultural preservation programs for youth and young adults. Learn more and apply. Wild…

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Wedinar: Dirty Water Rule – Clean Water Act Under Attack (3/6 @ 1:30 EST)

The Trump Administration is proposing to sharply reduce protections for streams, wetlands and other waters as part of the ‘Dirty Water Rule.’ The proposal would roll back longstanding Clean Water Act safeguards by eliminating protection from pollution and destruction of rain-dependent streams, over half of our wetlands, as well as other waters, all of which…

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