“As a discipline, green infrastructure is still coming into its own as regional planning efforts shift from a traditional, project-centric practice to a holistic approach,” writes Holly Powers of The Russell Family Foundation, a member of the Funders’ Network.

“Necessity may be the mother of invention, but we need sustained, collaborative leadership to ensure that good ideas for infrastructure enhancements are widely shared and implemented.”

Powers takes a look back at some of the leading events in the field, including The Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange held this year in association with TFN’s Smart Growth California.

Check out the full post on The Russell Family Foundation blog.