flood resilience

National Flood Insurance Program

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is managed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Insurance Agency (FIA), and is a Federal program to make federally-backed flood insurance available across the country.  The NFIP was created by the US congress in 1968 to try to address the rising costs of flood losses and flood-related disaster assistance across the country.  The focus of this program is aimed at reducing the impacts of flooding on private and public structures through local community adoption of a minimum set of local land use regulations in F

Vermont Watershed Grants

Conservation license plates Heavy equipment working on Wells River dam removalVermonters have an opportunity to protect and restore watersheds through the Vermont Watershed Grants Program. Half of the proceeds derived from the sale of the Vermont Conservation License Plate go towards funding the Vermont Watershed Grants Program.

Reports

Annual Reports

Vermont Clean Water Initiative Annual Investment Report

The Vermont Clean Water Initiative Annual Investment Report, prepared by the Vermont Secretary of Administration, is an annual report series summarizing state investments to address priority water quality problems across Vermont. 

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