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ProjectFirma™ Tracks Environmental Program Progress with Maps, Funding Sources, and Expenditures

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ProjectFirma tracks project performance and expenditures and helps managers visualize results at the program level. Clients use it to track project lifecycles from design to final reporting. The platform is uniquely suited to track and share high-level details of your suite of conservation projects, including:

  • Stormwater management
  • Habitat restoration
  • Bike/pedestrian trail improvements
  • Transportation coordination 
Leading organizations, like Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, rely on our platform to share information about all current and completed projects, simplify performance tracking, and build and maintain trust with legislators, partner agencies, and the general public.

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Learn How Idaho is Using ProjectFirma to Support State-wide Conservation

Join key representatives from the Idaho Soil & Water Conservation Commission and Sitka on June 5th for this live webcast.

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California RCD Project Tracker Communicates Conservation Benefits and Improves Program Transparency

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ProjectFirma Helps Water Fund Improve Forest Health and Protect Water in Colorado

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Key Benefits

Facilitates collaboration and strategic planning among diverse internal and external project partners

Tracks expenditures and accomplishments by individual project and funding source

Rolls up project data for high-level reporting and performance analysis

Improves program transparency for stakeholders and the public

The online platform is a powerful tool that improves transparency and accountability and allows us to showcase the great work being done.

Kimberly Caringer | EIP Division Manager, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

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Sitka Webcast

Learn How TRPA Tracks $2 Billion in Funding and Over 700 Cross-Agency Projects Without Breaking a Sweat

The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency shares behind-the-scenes information about what it took to launch the ground-breaking online resource, the Lake Tahoe EIP Project Tracker, in August 2015.

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ProjectFirma is this organic, evolving platform, and the more users we have ... the more we are all going to benefit.

John Runyon | Principal, Cascade Environmental Group

Key Platform Advantages

ProjectFirma is built using an extensible architecture to ensure your solution is customized to your specific program needs. The off-the-shelf platform can also be quickly configured to your unique organizational requirements. This cloud-based solution:

  • Provides collaboration tools that enable staff from multiple agencies or departments to log in and update key facts about their projects
  • Tracks project expenditures by funding source and accomplishments by performance measure
  • Rolls up project data for high-level reporting and performance analysis
  • Ensures optimum program transparency and stakeholder accountability
  • Includes a simple, user-friendly workflow wizard for updating projects
  • Automatically generates fact sheets and other collateral with a click of a button
  • Leverages current best practices for user experience design to ensure it's easy to use by all

Peaks to People is proud to be offering such a thoughtfully-designed online platform to our partners and fellow conservation organizations in Northern Colorado.

Heather Schinkel | Executive Director, Peaks to People Water Fund

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Transparency like this is critical to maintain the public’s trust and the goodwill we’ll need to secure long-term public funding to adequately Keep Tahoe Blue for years to come.

Jesse Patterson | Deputy Director, League to Save Lake Tahoe

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Oct. 7, 2019, 9:00 AM (PDT)
Oct. 9, 2019, 5:00 PM (PDT)
Monterey, CA

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California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA) Annual Conference

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The CASQA Annual Conference offers a unique opportunity to interact with professionals in the stormwater field. Each year the conference draws leading members of the stormwater community including local, state, and federal decision makers, stormwater program coordinators, contractors, consultants, engineers, lawyers, scientists, and planners for 3 days of important training and discussions on the future of our stormwater programs. 


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May 6, 2019

Puget Sound Partnership Invites Partners to Collaborate on Upcoming Puget Sound Info Platform

On April 23rd, Matt and I drove up to Olympia to help the Puget Sound Partnership (PSP) conduct a partner training for the two key areas of their new Puget Sound Info platform. PSP works with over 750 partners – including government agencies, tribes, scientists, businesses, and non-profits – that contribute to the Puget Sound recovery effort. This training was an opportunity to share the new application with users and give partners the tools they need to update their data in the system prior to the public launch later this summer.

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April 24, 2019

Former Washington State Governor Gary Locke Helps Us Face the Future by Spending His Keynote Looking Back

While this year’s Salmon Recovery Conference’s theme was Facing the Future Together, the conference spent significant time reflecting on both past successes and trials experienced since the state passage of the Salmon Recovery Act in 1999. Former Washington State Governor Gary Locke (1997-2005) kicked off this spirit of reflection with his keynote, “Salmon Recovery: Twenty Years in the Making.”

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September 5, 2018

Access the Key Findings from Our Second Conservation Manager Roundtable

This past July, we hosted our second Conservation Manager Roundtable in our Portland office. Our table was rounded by 18 representatives from 10 different natural areas organizations from across the west (California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington). While we had a few returnees in attendance, the majority of the participants were new faces for the event but certainly not new to conservation.

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