EWN News

The Long Game – Landscape Architecture Magazine

Thursday November 17, 2022

Author: Jaren Brey Landscape architects are working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and building new networks through the Engineering With Nature program. The implications could be transformative for both. Read about how ERDC and the Dredge Research Collaborative worked together to explore ways for landscape architects and engineers to join forces to utilizing […]

S5 Trailer – The Engineering With Nature® Podcast

Wednesday November 16, 2022

Realizing the Value of Nature Length: 18 minutes, Air Date: November 16, 2022 Season 5 of the Engineering With Nature® Podcast launches on November 30. Host Sarah Thorne recently talked about highlights from Season 4 and what’s ahead for Season 5 with Todd Bridges, Senior Research Scientist for Environmental Science with the US Army Corps of Engineers […]

Enhancing Benefits Evaluation for Water Resources Projects Towards a More Comprehensive Approach for Nature-Based Solutions: Consideration of Nature-Based Solutions in USACE Planning Studies

Thursday November 10, 2022

Authors: Eva Windhoffer, Susan Hughes, Thomas Hughes, Audrey Grismore, Abby Littman, Allison Haertling, Jordan R. Fischbach This document is the second in a series of reports produced as part of this collaborative effort. It is intended to outline the steps and processes taken to select six final case studies for analysis. The report includes: a) […]

EWN Supports White House in Accounting for Nature

Tuesday November 8, 2022

In April 2022, President Joe Biden focused considerable attention and federal effort on nature-based solutions when he issued an executive order focused on strengthening the nation’s forests, communities, and local economies. EWN leaders have provided input on key byproducts from the order.

Multi-Agency Kickoff Workshop – Engineering With Nature® to Enhance Urban Marsh Resilience, Biodiversity, and Habitat

Tuesday November 1, 2022

Natural infrastructure in coastal areas provides critical functions to increase coastal resiliency, manage flood risks, and enhance ecosystem services. Threats from sea level rise, increasing severe weather events, and urban densification intensify pressures on coastal environments and communities. Enhanced coastal resilience and natural infrastructure function requires new approaches. The Belle Isle Marsh presents a unique […]