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National State Revolving Fund Workshop

July 27-29, 2022
Sheraton Harborside Hotel
Portsmouth, New Hampshire

NEIWPCC is excited to announce that in collaboration with member states and EPA, we will be holding our first National State Revolving Fund Workshop focused on the programmatic, financial, and technical aspects of SRFs. Topics will range from environmental justice and emerging contaminants, to climate resilience and fiscal sustainability. We welcome interested parties from across the nation to join us for information sharing and networking on New Hampshire’s beautiful coast this summer!

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Keep an eye out for the call for abstracts coming in February…

Our COVID-19 Policy

NEIWPCC is committed to providing an event that keeps all participants as safe as possible and promotes the well-being of our community. NEIWPCC requires all individuals who participate in the National State Revolving Fund Workshop to be fully vaccinated in order to attend. Please visit our COVID-19 Policy page for more information.

If you have any questions or ideas, please contact James Plummer.

More Free Webinars Coming Soon!

Keep an eye out for registration links by joining our mailing list!
DWSRF Set-Asides and Source Water Protection
Feb. 2, 2-4p.m. EST

SRF Sponsored Projects Virtual Workshop
Feb. 8, 1-3p.m. EST

RECENT SRF WEBINARS

Check out our recent webinar recordings and details below.
For access to presentation PDFs and presenter contact info, please contact James Plummer.

Addressing Nonpoint Sources with CWSRF

Dec 2021
Webinar Recording

Hear about the new CWSRF Best Practices Guide for Financing Nonpoint Source Solutions from US EPA, explore Iowa’s approach to using CWSRF to manage a variety of nonpoint sources, and dive deep on a PISCES award-winning project to address agricultural runoff and stream bank erosion in Virginia using CWSRF.

Using SRF for Land Acquisition

April 2021
Webinar Recording

Explore Maine‘s Sebago Lake watershed which used DWSRF to protect abundant lands to adhere to Portland’s water filtration avoidance determination. Then hear about an effort by the Western Rivers Conservancy to use CWSRF to protect thousands of acres, establishing a sustainable community forest and habitat sanctuary in the Blue Creek watershed.

CWSRF for Soil Health

March 2021

Don Waye, EPA, provides an overview of obstacles and opportunities for using CWSRF for nonpoint source. Dwight Wilcox shared insights from Minnesota’s Agricultural BMP Loan Program. Amanda Reed of the Kansas Dept. of Health and Environment speaks to Kansas’ funding of interseeders for large scale soil health and other ways the state has utilized SRF for NPS projects.

Intersections of SRF and NPS Projects

March 2021

Eliza Keeley-Arnold shares Washington’s approach to prioritizing projects using SRF and §319 through their unique Combined Funding Program. Vermont’s Celia Riechel shares the various ways SRF is being utilized to address NPS pollution. With an emphasis on how partnerships play an integral role in this overlapping work, both of our speakers will help you explore opportunities within your own work.

Climate Resiliency and Adaptation for Water Infrastructure

August 2020
Webinar Recording

Hear from New Hampshire on climate change mitigation and energy efficiency programs and projects. Additionally, Maine presents on the implementation of climate adaptation plans as well as a technical case study from flood adaptation projects. Lastly, we explore changes to water infrastructure projects in New York following Hurricane Sandy.