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South Carolina: Old Village Drainage Improvement

Historic South Carolina town on the Charleston harbor implements green infrastructure and nature-based solutions to increase flood resilience in a low-lying area.

Connecticut: Meriden Harbor Brook Flood Resilience

Meriden nature-based solution will help a vulnerable community experiencing repetitive flooding. This is a Justice40 project.

Connecticut: Building Removal and Greenway Development to Reduce Flooding Impacts and Improve Town Aesthetics

Protecting historic buildings and town identity from flood vulnerabilities. This is a Justice40 project.

Wisconsin: Pheasant Branch Tributary Greenway

Vital economic and business community in a growing region secures flood protection for the next century.

Wyoming: Structure Relocation and Property Acquisition

Critical nature-based solution to rural community mitigates future flood risk.

California: Bayside Community Resiliency: The Living Levee Project

Flood risk mitigation project will improve resilience to sea level rise in California’s disadvantaged Bayside community.

North Carolina: Resilient Regional Water Supply Project

A diverse Piedmont community bolsters its water protection as it deals with persistent drought.

North Carolina: Critical Infrastructure Restoration and Stream Protection

Duharts Creek in Gastonia, North Carolina, will be strengthened by restoring the stream, stabilizing the creek bank, and realigning critical water and power infrastructure.

North Carolina: Flood Protection with Improved Drainage Infrastructure

Improving infrastructure to protect vulnerable communities in a rapidly growing region. This is a Justice40 project.

North Carolina: Fair Bluff Park Phase 2

Rural agricultural town in North Carolina implements nature-based solution to decrease impervious surfaces and improve flood resilience. This is a Justice40 project.