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Northwest Regional Floodplain Management Association
NORFMA

 

News, Trainings, Events


May 8-9: Spokane, WA
HEC-RAS 1-D workshop


Cosponsored by: NORFMA and
ASCE - Inland Empire Section (prev. scheduled for March)

Online Registration Click Here

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May 1-5: Tacoma, WA
Comprehensive 1-D and 2-D
HEC-RAS
workshop (University Place, WA)


Online Registration Click Here


Students have the option to register for the entire week, or may choose to register to attend either the 1-D portion (May 1-2), or the 2-D portion (May 3-5).

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Coastal Training Program: "How to Explain Science, Share Data, and Build Trust"
(May 2 & 16)


Details at www.coastaltraining-wa.org

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Free workshops, Lewiston, ID:
May 15 - Elevation Certificates
May 16 - Floodplains 101
 
Register by emailing Maureen.OShea@idwr.idaho.gov


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*FREE* July 24-27: "Managing Floodplain Development through the NFIP" (L273)
Caldwell, ID
 
Event Flyer with Registration Info Click Here



 
 
 

2017 Annual Conference

September 26-29, 2017

Seaside, Oregon

“Managing Assets For The Future: Resilient Coastal and Riverine Floodplains”

More information coming soon.



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Welcome to NORFMA!

NORFMA is a nonprofit organization for regional networking and support on issues of environmental quality, economic sustainability, and scientific discovery on a watershed basis. The Association provides a channel for regional communication and cooperation in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, British Columbia and Alaska.

Our mission is to: 

  • Provide for free exchange of ideas and information among members.

  • Support the integration of multi-disciplinary programs and interests in floodplain management.

  • Promote educational programs on floodplain and water shed management topics.

  • Increase public awareness of the value and function of floodplains.

  • Encourage government involvement in programs to reduce flood damages and to protect, manage, and restore floodplains.


New Board Minutes

 Posted HERE