WASHINGTON, D.C.— President Biden recently signed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) spending package to repair, upgrade, and expand America’s infrastructure. TFG President Mark Limbaugh will bring decades of congressional, federal funding, and environmental policy experience as a panelist at the Idaho Environmental Forum’s “MENDING THE GEM STATE: How the Infrastructure Bill could affect Idaho’s natural and built environments” webinar to discuss what this funding could mean to Idaho and the western United States.
“I’m pleased to join this important discussion,” said Mark Limbaugh, TFG President. “We’ve seen signs of stress on our water resources like drought and growth accelerate at an alarming rate in Idaho and across the Western United States. This funding could help the state repair, expand, and protect its built and natural water resource infrastructure for the foreseeable future.”
WHO: Mark Limbaugh, TFG President
Matt Stoll, Executive Director, Boise, ID.
Peter Stegner, Principal, Boise, ID.
Laura Ziemer, Senior Counsel and Water Policy Advisor, Bozeman, MT.
WHAT: MENDING THE GEM STATE: How the Infrastructure Bill Could Affect Idaho’s Natural and Built Environments
WHEN: Monday, December 6th at 12:00-1:00 MST
WHERE: Online, register here.