Workshop series launched to help communities integrate land and water

A series of workshops that offer new tools for municipalities to plan for local resilience and water scarcity will be held soon. The Growing Water Smart workshops have proven helpful to cities in other states. The program will be offered to six communities. Leaders from these communities will come together and be trained on water and land issues and how to continue building in their areas.

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Jim Holway, Director of the Babbitt Center for Land and Water Policy in the Lincoln Insitute of Land Policy

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