Throughout the fall of 2020, the Town of Wareham, Massachusetts will work closely with national leaders from around the country and interact with subject matter experts. Invited guests will help guide future redevelopment plans for Wareham Village by focusing on incorporating elements of climate resilience, stormwater management, and green infrastructure
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 .
The Stewardship Mapping and Assessment Project (STEW-MAP) of Southeast New England is a survey and public database designed to map where stewardship organizations work and how they are connected to each other. The goal of the project is to strengthen community capacity for stewardship in order to advance the construction
In an effort to promote climate resilience and advance stormwater management in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts, the Southeast New England Program Network (SNEP Network) is pleased to announce the award of direct technical assistance to twelve communities. “These awards demonstrate that despite shutdowns and other Covid-19 related difficulties and
To help restore clean water and healthy ecosystems to Southeast New England, Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE), with financial support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is soliciting 2020 Southeast New England Program (SNEP) Watershed Grants.
The Southeast New England Network kicked off its Climate Resilience and Stormwater Management Resilience Workshop Series on February 20 at the Providence Stormwater Innovation Center in Providence. The training—titled Preparing for Success: Funding Climate Resilience Initiatives—focused on methods for generating sustainable, long-term financing for community resilience efforts. This was the
The sixth edition of Mass Audubon’s report series, Losing Ground: Nature’s Value in a Changing Climate comes at a time when the value of forests, farmlands, and wetlands for climate resilience is becoming increasingly important. The Losing Ground report series analyzes Massachusetts land use patterns every five years. This edition, which focuses on 2012–2017, includes interactive maps
SNEP Network member Jamie Houle from the University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center is working with the Town of Tisbury, MA to evaluate wastewater infrastructure and develop a construction and maintenance plan for the this community on Martha’s Vineyard. The Storwmater Center is working with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation