What are some of the compatible uses of river corridors and floodplains? How can we imagine options in our community to both restore floodplain functions and enhance our community?
- What is compatible?
- What are some compatible uses?
- What are some new ideas?
- What are other communities doing?
Links and misc.
Upstream Downtown Workshop Presentations (Videos from April 8, 2013)
(Event partners: Harvard Loeb Fellowship, ACCD, ANR, Vermont Planners Association, Vermont Natural Resources Council, and Vermont Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects)
- Resilient Waterscapes (35 min) – Urban / River Interface Designs
- Herbert Dreiseitl, Atelier Dreiseitl, Landscape Architect, Loeb Fellow
- Vermont Downtowns and Flooding (35 min) - Built Structures and Rivers in Conflict - Barry Cahoon, P.E., VT ANR River Management Engineer
Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance Program National Park Service
Vermont State Agency Policy Options Smart Growth Implementation Assistance Program: Disaster Recovery and Long-Term Resilience Planning in Vermont Gavin Smith, 2013
Vermont’s Roadmap to Resilience - The Institute for Sustainable Communities (2013)
ACCD Rebuilding Stronger – Learning from the Mad River Watershed
Assessing State Policy Linking Disaster Recovery, Smart Growth, And Resilience In Vermont Following Tropical Storm Irene - Gavin Smith, Dylan Sandler, and Mikey Goralnik
Rivers and Resilience: Lessons Learned From Tropical Storm Irene David K. Mears and Sarah McKearnan 2012-2013
Transcript of Panel Five of the After Irene Symposium on Creating a More Resilient Vermont Bob Irwin, Deb Markowitz, David K. Mears, and Brian Shupe 2012-2013
Ecosystem Restoration Program Grants
River Corridor Planning, Protection and Restoration