Building Resilience Across the Watershed
The Charles River Watershed Association has created a flood monitoring tool that shows flooding and rainfall scenarios in the Charles River Watershed and the impacts of potential green infrastructure solutions. This tool will equip watershed communities with the best possible information on community-specific impacts of climate change, helping to guide effective local investment, regulatory changes and predict and implement the best ways to respond to flooding. CRWA invites you to a small Zoom discussion to hear your opinions, feedback, and ideas about the tool and how it can best serve you and your community.
The first Zoom discussion, to be held on Wednesday, March 3rd from 6:30-7:30 pm, will focus on the tool’s relevance to the lower parts of the Watershed, including Boston, Cambridge, Watertown, Somerville, Brookline, and Dedham. Please join to give input about your own climate-related stressors, your opinions about changing infrastructure, and your hopes for building climate resilience in your community! Share this email with your fellow residents, this is a conversation for everyone!