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Looking to expand your knowledge?

You’re in luck. Communities across North America and the world are implementing green infrastructure, and they have insights to share. Reports, conferences, presentations and webinars abound. Find current resources here.

The Umbrella Stormwater Bulletin

Our free, monthly newsletter is a great way to stay up to date on the latest green infrastructure news and events. It’s a quick read, with short, digestible items, and links to current information and news. Sign up for the bulletin here, or browse a complete archive of back issues.

Advancing transformative green infrastructure in your community

Sign up to receive access to a free, self-directed online course which will provide you with some basic information on green infrastructure and its benefits compared to traditional stormwater management, as well as helping you to create a plan to advance transformative green infrastructure in your community. No prior knowledge needed. 


Looking for training, webinars, or conferences? Check out our calendar for upcoming green infrastructure-related events in your area. We share events that we host, as well as events from our colleagues and partners.



Start searching and you’ll realize the amount of content out there is massive. For the basics, check out the stormwater story and green infrastructure FAQs. If you’re looking to get more in depth, we’ve selected a few of our favourite resources here.

Get inspired

See what communities across North America are doing to manage rain where it falls. Community-based programs are bringing people together, making neighbourhoods more resilient, creating jobs, and cleaning local waterbodies. See what could be possible in your city.  

Soak it up! Policy toolkit

It’s now available hereThis short, easy-to-read toolkit provides a menu of policy tools that have been used in different communities to promote widespread adoption of green stormwater infrastructure. It includes policy overviews, variations, examples, and insights from practitioners. We developed this toolkit at RAIN Community Solutions because our work with stakeholders indicated this was an immediate need.