The Urban Waters Learning Network (UWLN) has several opportunities for you to interact with our network: Join the Online Community (Mobilize platform) and/or Sign up for our Quarterly Newsletter

When you join, you will have access to our nationwide peer-to-peer network of people and organizations working to conserve, restore, and revitalize America’s urban waterways in ways that advance water equity, environmental justice, and resilient communities. 

Why Join the Network?

When you sign up for our community or newsletter, your organization is added to our Member Map. Our members: 

 

Connect. Connect with peers on our communication channels where you can access and share resources and opportunities

Learn. Learn from your peers through impact stories, story maps, webinars, webinars, trainings and more. 

Collaborate. Form partnerships and collaborations with other network members working on similar projects and initiatives.

Celebrate. Come together with your peers at national meetings to celebrate successes.

 


Join the Online Community:

The UWLN has a new online community for our network! Join the conversation today on our Mobilize platform, to connect with peers and collaboratives, share opportunities and resources, and stay up to date with the latest urban waters news. You will also have options to join other groups like the UWLN Equitable Development group, River Network’s community, and more!

 

 

 

Register. Create your profile. Edit your email settings. Introduce yourself. Browse existing resources and add your own. Explore other members. Discuss and connect.

Watch the video below for more information about creating your profile and interacting on the network. 


Sign up for the Quarterly Newsletter

The quarterly newsletter (and periodic email updates) keeps you current on what’s happening in urban waters communities, including training and funding opportunities, new impact stories, blog, story map, and other resources. Fill out the form below and you will be added to our email list. 

 

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