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Webinar -- Flood After Fire: Communicating Risks and Preparing Your Communities

You’re invited to a webinar examining the increased risk of flooding for areas that have experienced fire events in Washington, otherwise known as flood-after-fire. During this webinar, you will learn about the campaign being launched by the FEMA's Customer Centered Communications (C3) team to heighten consumers’ awareness of flood-after-fire, and the critical role flood insurance plays in protecting homes, businesses, and communities.
We will examine the science behind flood-after-fire and provide communication tools around increased flood risks.

Dates:  December 8 and December 13, 2017

Register Here

Please contact Maggie Mathis, CFM with questions.

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Did you know?  Free, live webinars on floodplain topics are available regularly. 
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Interested in the CFM Exam?
Visit ASFPM Exam Calendar for scheduled dates or Contact Us to request one.

2017 Annual Conference

Thank you everyone for another great conference!

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

Presentation PDFs Now Available

Conference Program       Attendee List     

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. 

We provide 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