The Network

The National NEMO Network is a collection of outreach education programs across the U.S. that educate local (town/city/county) land use decision makers about protecting water quality as communities grow.

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NOAA's Land Cover Atlas

Northland NEMO's Site Design Toolkit

Cool DC Trees Map

Buildouts Webinar

Trippy Wind Map

An incredibly addictive waste of time

Swedish Chef Website Dialectizer

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National LID Atlas

NEMO's National low impact development (LID) Atlas is an online resource providing geo-referenced examples of innovative stormwater practices across the country.

Go to LID Atlas

Marine Technology Society Journal:National LID Atlas: A Collaborative Online Database of Innovative Stormwater Management Practices


Webinars Online
NEMO Programs and the Healthy Watersheds
Initiative Webinar

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While the majority of national water quality programs focus on impaired waters, the U.S. EPA's Healthy Watersheds program focuses on the conservation and protection of the healthy ones. The program focuses on identifying healthy watersheds and then pursuing a variety of Conservation approaches. Many of the approaches dovetail very nicely with the NEMO approach – watershed assessment and analysis using GIS, green infrastructure and landscape conservation, land protection, land use ordinances, etc. While the initiative is relatively new, it is one we are likely to hear a lot more about soon. This webinar will focus on what the program is, where it's going, and how outreach programs like NEMO can contribute to it.

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