Two avenues to match your needs!



E-News & Updates. Receive the quarterly e-newsletter and periodic updates to keep you current on what’s happening in urban waters communities, including training and funding opportunities, blog posts, new resources & other items posted on the UWLN website.

CLICK HERE for e-News & Updates

Peer-to-peerOnline Peer Communications. Share information with, and ask for help from, on-the-ground practitioners, past and present EPA Urban Waters Small Grant recipients, and those whose primary focus is operations and management of urban waters projects. (Includes UWLN e-Newsletter & Updates)

CLICK HERE for Online Peer Communications



Why Join?

U.S. EPA has supported the Learning Network from its inception, recognizing that local waterways and community renewal and health are intrinsically related and that investments in both yield many more outcomes than focusing on one or the other.  Not only does urban waters work address some of the nation’s most significant and stubborn water quality issues and aquatic habitat concerns, but renewing urban waters stimulates local and regional economies, creates jobs, improves quality of life for the most underserved, and protects and promotes public health.