Waterstone Writing | Forging the Link
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Forging the Link

Forging the Link (FTL): Linking the Economic Benefits of Low Impact Development and Community Decisions is a curriculum that demonstrates the advantages of low-impact development (LID) in the economic terms of how municipal land use decisions are commonly made. Developed in collaboration with the University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Antioch University, the curriculum illustrates the ecological and economic benefits of LID as well as the capacity of LID to be used as a climate change adaptation planning tool.


Waterstone Writing was a team member in the writing and development of this curriculum, authoring several sections and providing end-to-end editing.

Work Example:

FTL Resource Manual