Business for Water Stewardship Project Bank: A new opportunity to build support for your restoration projects
Business for Water Stewardship Project Bank: A new opportunity to build support for your restoration projectsDate / Time: November 29, 2018 2:00 pm
Are you planning, designing, or implementing on-the-ground restoration projects that will restore river flows and/or recharge ground water? Would you like the opportunity to share your projects with businesses who may be interested in providing support for your project(s)? If the answer is “Yes!” you’ll want to sign up for this webinar to learn about the Business for Water Stewardship Project Bank (BWS Project Bank).
Developed in response to growing business interest in projects that restore river flows and recharge ground water, the BWS Project Bank offers an opportunity for organizations to represent their water restoration projects on a national platform. The Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) uses the Project Bank to share and learn about organizations and restoration projects and to represent specific projects to businesses seeking opportunities to support environmental water stewardship. Where there is a match between corporate water stewardship goals and restoration projects, the companies may elect to support those efforts.
River Network and BEF teamed up to create easy access for River Network dues paying members to submit their projects for inclusion in the BWS Project Bank. In this webinar we will provide an overview of the BWS Project Bank’s purpose, the types of projects that are eligible for inclusion, how to add your projects, and answer any questions.
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