Webinar - Stormwater Priorities in the States’ Watershed Implementation Plans

Thursday, October 3rd at 12PM

This webinar is a rescheduled session from the Stormwater Work Group Meeting in August. Evan Isaacson with the Center for Progressive Reform will provide a summary of how Stormwater Management and green infrastructure are incorporated in the  draft Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs) released by the Chesapeake Bay states earlier this year.  Funders will learn how these WIPs relate to stormwater and other urban water issues.

In addition, there will be time at the end of the webinar to discuss the Stormwater Work Group’s leadership and evolving interests and priorities and for funders to share updates on their work. 

Speakers:

  • Evan Isaacson, Center for Progressive Reform

  • Moderator:  Messay Derebe, The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

Register here by Tuesday, October 1, 2019. 


Chesapeake Bay Funders Network’s Annual Fall Retreat

October 28-30, 2019

Location - Quirk Hotel in Richmond, Virginia

Agenda

The purpose of this meeting is to facilitate and encourage coordinated and/or collaborative funder action on timely and important issues. This will be done via a blend of panels, site visits, and funder discussion. At this meeting we will welcome partners engaged with the Virginia Climate and Energy Workgroup. Our hope and intent is to structure the agenda to allow for full or partial participation across all three days.

Registration

We have worked to developed a set of registration options that will meet everyone’s needs. If you have any questions or need a more personalized registration option, please email Megan Milliken, Administrative Assistant - megan@chesbayfunders.org

Reservations

Quirk Hotel 201 W. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia Phone: (804) 340-6040

A block of rooms are on hold under the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network for $199/night. Reservations can be made directly through this link or by phone (844) 757-8475

The room block is on hold until Monday, September 30th.