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World Water Day Workshops

What is World Water Day?

World Water Day is used to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The h0liday celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water.

In recognition of World Water Day 2022 and their commitment towards building sustainable communities, the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict partnered with Seattle 2030 District and RainWise to promote and support stormwater management projects in the Seattle area. 
 

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GSI Workshop

In partnership with Seattle 2030 and RainWise, the EcoDistrict hosted green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) workshops to highlight incentives and opportunities for property developers and faith-based communities to install GSI in their new and existing projects. Each workshop provided property developers and faith-based communities with: 

  • An overview from the King County RainWise team about their program and site eligibility requirements

  • Case studies from other properties in Seattle that have invested in GSI

  • An outline of how properties can play an integral role in Puget Sound climate resilience through GSI

  • Strategies for building new (or enhancing existing) stormwater projects

Project Developer Workshop

Faith-based workshop

Guest Speakers

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Ellen Southard 

Founder of Site Story

Seattle 2030 Consultant

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Sonja Sivesind

Roots & Rivers Consulting

RainWise Big Roof Lead

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Jo Sullivan

King County WTD

RainWise Outreach & GSI Communications

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Rachel Meyer 

Landscape Architectural Principal

Weber Thompson

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Additional Resources

RainWise

Learn how private property owners can be part of the stormwater pollution solution

Eligibility Check

Check the eligibility of your property for RainWise opportunities and incentives

Mini Grants

Not eligible for RainWise? Click here to learn about Mini Grants. 

Incentives

Learn more about incentive programs for homeowners in Puget Sound. 

Special Thanks to our Partner:

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Thank you to our Funders:

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