Tapping into the TiR Toolkit: Resources for Green Stormwater Management

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WaterNow's ongoing Tap into Resilience training series continues! Our webcast delves into resources related to green stormwater management.

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WaterNow Alliance’s ongoing Tap into Resilience webcast series continues for water leaders and utility managers! Tune in on September 24 at 10am PST to delve into resources related to green infrastructure for stormwater water management. This one-hour training will re-cap Tap into Resilience and cover how to access the in-depth resources specific to green infrastructure included in the Toolkit. These resources—all publicly available online—include information on new ways to finance investments in these sustainable stormwater management strategies, explanatory videos on setting up stormwater credit-trading programs to motive private property owners, and example stormwater ordinances that prioritize green infrastructure installations.

Participants will also hear from guest speakers and their experience with using resources found in the Toolkit to implement and manage projects related to green stormwater infrastructure. Check back soon for updates on guest speakers!


Caroline Koch, Water Policy Director, WaterNow Alliance

Timothy Grant, Communications Manager, WaterNow Alliance

Guest Speakers:

Craig Holland, Senior Director, Urban Water - Global Cities, The Nature Conservancy

Craig leads strategy for the Conservancy’s innovative collaboration, announced by the White House in March 2016, District Stormwater LLC, which finances and builds green infrastructure for stormwater management in Washington, D.C. Craig also serves as the President of the Board of TNC/Opti Development Partners, a joint venture between the Conservancy and the technology firm Opti, that builds distributed water quality and flood resilience projects.

Specializing in green infrastructure investment and deployment, Craig helped develop private financing mechanisms for Philadelphia’s Green City Clean Waters initiative and co-authored the National Resources Defense Council’s January 2013 report “Creating Clean Water Cash Flows: Developing Private Markets for Green Stormwater Infrastructure in Philadelphia.”

Amanda Hallauer, Watershed Manager, City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management

Amanda has been with the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management since 2017 in the Office of Watershed Protection’s Environmental Planning division. In the position of Watershed Manager, she is responsible for advancing plans, policies, and projects involving green infrastructure as part of DWM’s stormwater management program.

She has managed efforts to acquire and protect floodplain property under the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Program, coordinated the use of innovative Environmental Impact Bond financing to implement restoration and resilience projects on the City’s Westside, and led the development of a preservation strategy for watershed improvement.

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