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  • water resources management – Water Protection Network
    not met state permitting requirements The diversion project is designed to provide flood protection for the cities of Fargo and Moorhead as well as remove 50 square miles from the natural floodplain for future development A 36 mile long diversion channel along with a dam on th Read More Déjà Crue all over again Marisa Escudero March 10 2016 No Comments By Brad Walker Missouri Coalition for the Environment Rivers Director Here we go again another major Midwest flood and lots of earnest questions about why it happened who s to blame how we can fix it etc etc etc Comparison of the Missouri Mississippi and Meramec Rivers water volumes December 19th Read More Federal Flood Risk Management Standards Updated Just in Time for Record breaking Winter Floods Marisa Escudero January 28 2016 1 Comment Winter 2016 has been a wet one for many of our WPNetwork Members Major flooding on the Mississippi River and its tributaries prompted flood warnings for parts of Alabama Arkansas the Carolinas Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma Tennessee and Texas At least 22 deaths over several days in Missouri and Illinois were blamed on flooding In Missouri at least eleven l Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/water-resources-management/ (2016-04-30)
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  • waterways system – Water Protection Network
    with a dam on th Read More Déjà Crue all over again Marisa Escudero March 10 2016 No Comments By Brad Walker Missouri Coalition for the Environment Rivers Director Here we go again another major Midwest flood and lots of earnest questions about why it happened who s to blame how we can fix it etc etc etc Comparison of the Missouri Mississippi and Meramec Rivers water volumes December 19th Read More The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Marisa Escudero February 25 2016 No Comments Originally Published by Missouri Coalition for the Environment February 1 2016 By Brad Walker Rivers Director In late December 2015 the St Louis Post Dispatch published an op ed by the Missouri Coalition for the Environment MCE and Sierra Club regarding the America s Watershed Initiative s AWI Mississippi River Basin Rep Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean

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  • wetlands – Water Protection Network
    about why it happened who s to blame how we can fix it etc etc etc Comparison of the Missouri Mississippi and Meramec Rivers water volumes December 19th Read More Federal Flood Risk Management Standards Updated Just in Time for Record breaking Winter Floods Marisa Escudero January 28 2016 1 Comment Winter 2016 has been a wet one for many of our WPNetwork Members Major flooding on the Mississippi River and its tributaries prompted flood warnings for parts of Alabama Arkansas the Carolinas Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Oklahoma Tennessee and Texas At least 22 deaths over several days in Missouri and Illinois were blamed on flooding In Missouri at least eleven l Read More Top 5 Reasons Nature Based Solutions Help Protect Wildlife and You Marisa Escudero November 13 2015 No Comments Top 5 Reasons Nature Based Solutions Help Protect Wildlife and You Healthy rivers coasts and wetlands solve water resources problems with nature based solutions These approaches rely heavily on ecosystem services to help safeguard wildlife your community and you Ecosystem services include clean water habitat for fish and wildlife and natural flood protection they create and support our n Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection Mississippi River Missouri River Missouri

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/wetlands/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Kayaking – Water Protection Network
    No Comments Take a look at this fantastic article How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River written by Hayden Coplen detailing the plight of opening the Los Angeles River for public use The article will interest our WPNetwork members as it touches on how the Clean Water Rule and Army Corps of Engineers policies helped shape this story The L A River is an enigma sitting in plain view Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection Mississippi River Missouri River Missouri River Recovery oil pollution Program sustainability renewableenergy smartercities smartgrowth sustainablecommunities tarsands transportation Upper Mississippi River USACE water Water Resources Development Act water resources

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/kayaking/ (2016-04-30)
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  • LA River – Water Protection Network
    2016 No Comments Take a look at this fantastic article How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River written by Hayden Coplen detailing the plight of opening the Los Angeles River for public use The article will interest our WPNetwork members as it touches on how the Clean Water Rule and Army Corps of Engineers policies helped shape this story The L A River is an enigma sitting in plain view Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection Mississippi River Missouri River Missouri River Recovery oil pollution Program sustainability renewableenergy smartercities smartgrowth sustainablecommunities tarsands transportation Upper Mississippi River USACE water Water Resources Development Act water

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/la-river/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Los Angeles River – Water Protection Network
    17 2016 No Comments Take a look at this fantastic article How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River written by Hayden Coplen detailing the plight of opening the Los Angeles River for public use The article will interest our WPNetwork members as it touches on how the Clean Water Rule and Army Corps of Engineers policies helped shape this story The L A River is an enigma sitting in plain view Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection Mississippi River Missouri River Missouri River Recovery oil pollution Program sustainability renewableenergy smartercities smartgrowth sustainablecommunities tarsands transportation Upper Mississippi River USACE water Water Resources Development Act

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/los-angeles-river/ (2016-04-30)
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  • River Recreation – Water Protection Network
    2016 No Comments Take a look at this fantastic article How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River written by Hayden Coplen detailing the plight of opening the Los Angeles River for public use The article will interest our WPNetwork members as it touches on how the Clean Water Rule and Army Corps of Engineers policies helped shape this story The L A River is an enigma sitting in plain view Read More Recent Posts Fargo Moorhead Diversion Planners Fail to Meet State Permitting Requirements How Kayaking Saved the Los Angeles River Déjà Crue all over again Federal Flood Protection Standards One Year Later The WCI Protests Too Much Methinks Categories Climate Change Federal Flood Protection Flood risk management Floodplains Uncategorized Water Protection Network Tags Army Corps Bank Stabilization and Navigation Project cleanenergy Clean Water Act Clean Water Rule climate climatechange climate change coastal erosion coastal restoration communities community gardening Corps ecosystem services energy california energyefficiency EPA biogems Federal Flood Risk Management Standards flood risk management flooding floodplains fracking globalwarming gulfspill habitat habitat protection Mississippi River Missouri River Missouri River Recovery oil pollution Program sustainability renewableenergy smartercities smartgrowth sustainablecommunities tarsands transportation Upper Mississippi River USACE water Water Resources Development Act water

    Original URL path: http://www.waterprotectionnetwork.org/tag/river-recreation/ (2016-04-30)
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