Green Infrastructure

Hello OGD Blog readers!

We’re working to compile our first annual report! It’s all very exciting and we look forward to sharing the results with you in the second quarter of 2022.

In the meantime, we would like to spotlight some of our partners.

This month we wanted to elevate the work that Stewardship Partners is doing in the green infrastructure space. Stewardship Partners held the first Green Infrastructure Summit in 2016, and it has grown since. This year’s virtual Green Infrastructure Summit of the Salish Sea is on March 24th and 25th, and the theme is Turning the Tide: Disrupting status quos in infrastructure investment, climate, and the land we occupy. Mark your calendars now!

We hope you can make this exciting summit. Topics were crowdsourced from throughout the western Washington community and are likely to be relevant to all people interested in learning more about green infrastructure.

Can’t make the summit, but still interested in learning more about how rain gardens work?

Elisha, rain garden monitoring by Hanna Letinich

Maybe you’re wondering if your own rain garden is working properly? Give it a checkup with the *new* assessment protocol co-created by Stewardship Partners and Washington State University. The brilliant team at World Relief Seattle has made the protocol easier to use and understand with this great instructional video. Check it out!

Take care,


About Todd Hunsdorfer

A versatile stormwater manager with more than 10 years of experience managing an array of water quality grant-funded, contract-funded, and government programs. An experienced researcher and educator knowledgeable on issues of water management, low impact development, stormwater system operations & maintenance, erosion and sediment control, and regional and national water quality related policy. An innovative program developer capable of effective proposal/policy development, multi-tasking, working both independently and cooperatively, and communicating with diverse audiences. A nimble workshop facilitator focused on providing the space for everyone to contribute their best.
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2 Responses to Green Infrastructure

  1. Kelly says:

    Thanks for sharing the instructional video, really helps.

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