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This webinar is a primer on how to get involved in key Houston-area flood-mitigation efforts. It provides an overview of the funding involved, methods of public commenting, and an introduction to current concerns in area communities most vulnerable to flooding.
Watch the webinar at: https://texaslivingwaters.org/deeper-dive/a-seat-at-the-table-how-to-engage-in-houston-area-flood-mitigation/
Dr. Earthea Nance, Associate Professor, Texas Southern University
Danielle Goshen, Water Policy & Outreach Specialist, Galveston Bay Foundation
Amy Reed, Staff Attorney, Environmental Law Institute
Stephanie Oehler, Public Interest Law Fellow, Environmental Law Institute
Jordan Macha, Executive Director, Bayou City Waterkeeper
Amanda Fuller, Director, Texas Coast & Water Program, National Wildlife Federation
The workshop is the first of an intended series of conversations on how area residents can better participate in key processes that will shape their neighborhoods' futures. If you'd like more information on future events contact us at email@example.com.
This event was hosted online on Aug 5, 2020 by the National Wildlife Federation, Sierra Club (Lone Star Chapter), Bayou City Waterkeeper, and Galveston Bay Foundation.