SNEP Network News and Stories

SNEP Network News

Throughout the year, we send out news updates to our Mailchimp listserv that includes project highlights, articles, events,  upcoming opportunities, and more! Click the links below to read the updates.

SNEP Network Narratives and Articles

In this section, we take a closer look into the projects of the SNEP Network through interviews, local perspectives, and partner collaborations. Click the links below to read the network narratives, partner articles, and announcements . 

SNEP Network hosts grant funding workshops in MA and RI

The SNEP Network recently held two grant funding workshops to highlight key funding opportunities for water quality and climate resilience projects in Southeast Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The first of these workshops, “Funding Nature Based Community Resilience in Southeastern Massachusetts” was held on March 13 in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. The workshop featured a

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SNEP Network’s Year in Review: 2022

The SNEP Program Year in Review: 2022 EPA’s Region 1’s Southeast New England Program is a multi-faceted program with many key partners. SNEP has published the third annual Year in Review summary document, Year in Review: 2022, which includes contributions from the SNEP Watershed Implementation Grants (SWIG) program, the SNEP

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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, involves a diverse group of communities and organizations that help steward lands, waters, and the air. These partnerships are critical to accomplish shared goals of watershed and coastal governance. The Stewardship Mapping and Assessment Project of Southeast New England

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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 2021. (Jeff Prater/Submitted via MyCoast) By KYLE GRAY and COURTNEY GREENE/Throwe Environmental BRISTOL, R.I. — Well aware of the climate-driven stormwater challenges that the community is already

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