Hosted by the Rhode Island Green Infrastructure Coalition, the Providence Stormwater Innovation Center, the American Planning Association Rhode Island, The Rhode Island Public Works Association, and the Providence Parks Department 

Fourth Annual Stormwater Innovation Expo
Join us November 30
8:30AM - 3:30PM
Roger Williams Park Casino

The Stormwater Innovation Expo is a great opportunity to discover new and innovative products and services being used in the construction and maintenance of green stormwater infrastructure across Rhode Island and the industry.

The event will include presentations about funding and financing opportunities, while providing ample time to peruse vendor exhibits and network with stormwater management professionals in public and private practice.

Outdoor presentations on a variety of stormwater topics will be delivered in the afternoon, hosted by the Providence Stormwater Innovation Center. These presentations are designed for stormwater professionals to learn techniques and methods they can put to use, immediately. 

General admission tickets include access to the full day of events as well as lunch and a light breakfast.

This year's theme is leveraging federal, state, and municipal funding and financing for natural infrastructure and stormwater management.
New this year, RIDOT is covering the admission fee for Rhode Island state and municipal employees. If you are in this group, please select the General Admission – State & Municipal Employees ticket option.
The afternoon will include outdoor presentations.
The Rhode Island Green Infrastructure Coalition provides communication resources, trainings on maintenance of green infrastructure installations, and shared knowledge on successful sites and green infrastructure installations around the state.
Nature At Work is a newsletter designed and distributed by the Rhode Island Green Infrastructure Coalition to bring more green space news to our cities and encourage the use of nature to clean, protect, and cool our neighborhoods.  Because of climate change, we are seeing increased heat impacts in our city, especially where there are fewer trees, as well as issues with flooding and polluted runoff in our neighborhoods.

The Green Infrastructure Coalition is a collaborative of more than 40 non-profit organizations, businesses, and government agencies focused on using nature to reduce stormwater pollution. We develop projects to demonstrate the powerful role nature can play to create healthier urban environments. We promote policies to create sustainable funding for stormwater management and green infrastructure solutions. And we connect a wide range of partners to share lessons learned in the Providence Metro area and Aquidneck Island.

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