Floodplains for the Future: Puyallup, White & Carbon Rivers

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Floodplains for the Future—Puyallup, White & Carbon Rivers is a cross-sector and inter-organizational partnership hosted by Pierce County in order to recover floodplain functions and to protect the health and safety of communities around them. Floodplains for the Future works to balance farm, fish, and flood management values, to provide a safe place to voice varied opinions and needs, and to advance integrated floodplain management solutions in the Puyallup, White, and Carbon Rivers. 

Visit this page to access studies, reports, videos, and other resources related to this collaborative effort.

Floodplains for the Future Integrated Mangement Group (IMG) Charter
FFTF Mission and Vision
FFTF Long-Term Project Map
Floodplains by Design Website


Jacob Pederson
Program Coordinator
(253) 798-8619

  1. Land Acquisition & Consruction 
  2. Farming in the Floodplain 
  3. Agricultural Land Conservation
  4. Habitat Science Committee
  5. Floodplain Health Monitoring