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Empowering communities to achieve healthy watersheds, sustainable financing and long-term climate resilience through management of stormwater and restoration projects.
What We Do
The SNEP Network provides training and assistance to municipalities, organizations, and tribes to advance stormwater and watershed management, ecological restoration, and climate resilience in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The network is committed to building capacity in conjunction with EPA’s Southeast New England Program within EPA Region 1.
This map shows the community assistance projects completed or underway by SNEP Network partners. Click on the circles for more information about each project.
The SNEP Network completes Stew-Map research project to better understand existing environmental networks, support capacity building, and foster collaboration
Environmental Stewardship, the practice of caring for and protecting the environment for ecosystem health and human well-being, involves a diverse group of communities and organizations
The Southeast New England Program (SNEP) is a regional initiative, funded by Congress and managed by the US Environmental Protection Agency, working to preserve and
Portsmouth Concludes Innovative Resilience Planning Project Prioritizing Needed Infrastructure Improvements
AUTHOR : THROWE ENVIRONMENTAL This article was originally posted and developed by Throwe Environmental. View here. Image: Localized flooding at Common Fence Point during Tropical Storm Henri, September