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NAI Workshop - August 19, 2014, Milwaukee, WI

On August 19, 2014, the Association of State Floodplain Managers held the Great Lakes Coastal Resilience: A No Adverse Impact Approach workshop in Milwaukee, WI. With the help of Wisconsin Association for Floodplain, Stormwater, and Coastal Management; Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District; and FEMA, more than 70 CFMs, planners, attorneys, and coastal resource managers met to learn about applying the NAI approach in the Great Lakes, and regionally-relevant legal issues these practitioners might face daily, such as liability, takings, and the Public Trust Doctrine. This was the first of what we hope will become a series of workshops in the Great Lakes Region. To learn more about the workshop please reference the agenda, presentations, attendance list, and presenter biographies below. A formal proceedings report and executive summary for this event are currently in production. If you are interested in hosting a workshop in your state please contact, Project Research Specialist Bridget Faust at bridget@floods.org.

Adobe PDFGreat Lakes Community Resilience: A No Adverse Impact Approach - Workshop Proceedings Report

Workshop Materials

Adobe PDFAgenda
Adobe PDFAttendance List
Adobe PDFPresenter Bios
Adobe PDFMapping Exercise - Hazard Map
Adobe PDFMapping Exercise - Resources Map

Presentations

Adobe PDFBerginnis - Floodplain Management Legal Issues
Adobe PDFLulloff - CNAI Tools Overview
Adobe PDFSchwab - Resilient Communities for the Great Lakes
Adobe PDFFlessner - Sheboygan County Mapping Exercise
Adobe PDFHorton - Planning and Policymaking for Coastal Resilience
Adobe PDFFriis - Wisconsin Coastal Management Program
Adobe PDFWatson - Coastal States Organization
Adobe PDFNorton - Drawing Lines in Law Books and on Sandy Beaches
Adobe PDFHodgson, Morphey - Developing a No Build Zone Ordinance




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