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Resilient Communities 2019 Grant

Wells Fargo and The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF ) have partnered to create the Resilient Communities program. For more information on their recently announced request for proposals, please visit the program website. This grant program focuses on helping communities prepare for future impacts associated with sea-level rise, sustain appropriate water quantity and quality and […]

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NEW Green Infrastructure and Living Shorelines CIRCA Website

  CIRCA is excited to announce a new and improved design for the Green Infrastructure and Living Shorelines section of our website.  The website was redesigned in an effort to enhance the use and accessibility of CIRCA research products to practitioners. Website visitors will see a series of new links providing direct access to: An […]

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CIRCA Hiring Postdoctoral Research Associate to Support CT Resilience Planning

APPLY HERE – direct link to UConn job posting CIRCA is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to support the Connecticut Connections Coastal Resilience Plan.  The Post Doc will work with a CIRCA science team developing information and data for this four-year project that is building a resilience framework for the state.  With the […]

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Beneficial Use of Dredged Material for Salt Marsh Restoration and Creation in Connecticut: Final Report

Tidal marshes reduce erosion and flooding impacts while providing high value ecosystem services to coastal areas. A high rate of tidal wetland loss and degradation has been documented in Connecticut, due to human impacts and climate change.  To address this issue, a multidisciplinary team of scientists from UConn, including representatives from the Department of Marine […]

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Hartford’s Green Infrastructure Project

New Tools for Stormwater Management Hartford has been experiencing multiple challenges related to stormwater management.  With large quantities of impervious surface, high levels of clay, and a failing levee system that protects the Connecticut River from rising, the city’s ground cannot absorb stormwater, which exacerbates the amount of runoff and flooding.  After receiving a grant […]

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