Thanks to all who participated in our 2018 Conference!
"Floods, Fish, Farms: Balancing Multiple Needs in Northwest Floodplains"
Visit the 2018 Conference Page to view presentations and attendees list.
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ASFPM’s 6th Annual Student Paper Competition
Since 2011, the ASFPM Foundation has sponsored a student paper competition
open to any full-time, college student enrolled in a floodplain management-related field. Three finalists will have the opportunity to travel to the ASFPM annual national conference (with travel expenses paid) in Cleveland, OH on May 20-24, to present their paper to floodplain management professionals at a special conference break out session, and win up to $1,000 in scholarship prize money.
Abstracts should be submitted by Jan. 12, 2019 as a PDF file to ASFPM Chapters and Foundation Coordinator Gigi Trebatoski at email@example.com.
Save the Date
2019 Annual Conference
will be in Boise, Idaho!
Week of September 23rd
Stay tuned for details.
10/17/18: new job listings posted.
New Member Resources Guide
An overview of NORFMA resources at your fingertips.
Did you know?
Free webinars on floodplain topics are available regularly.
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, Alaska, & British Columbia.
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.