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Posted on: March 14, 2022

[ARCHIVED] WaterNow Alliance


WaterNow Alliance works to help local water leaders and decision makers implement sustainable, adaptable, and resilient water solutions. WaterNow Alliance provides free tools, resources through its Tap Into Resilience toolkit and webinars, and pro-bono consulting through its pilot program and Project Accelerator to municipalities that are looking to address pressing water challenges, from flooding to droughts. 

Next month WaterNow Alliance will hold its Tap Into Resilience Summit in Philadelphia, on April 13-14th, in-person (and with COVID safety protocols in place).  The agenda will focus on how funding from the recent infrastructure bills can be leveraged to implement sustainable, adaptable, equitable and resilient water projects and infrastructure.

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