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Planning for Flood Recovery and Long-Term Resilience in Vermont: Smart Growth Approaches for Disaster-Resilient Communities

Date Published: July 2014

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This product is the product of a technical assistance project with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the state of Vermont, and the Mad River Valley Planning District on how communities can recover from flood impacts and become more resilient to future disasters.

Keywords: water infrastructure; NEEFC; case study; data; disaster resiliency; economic development; funding; housing; implementation; infrastructure; report; rural areas; resilience; small towns and tribes; water

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  • New England Environmental Finance Center
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