Federal Support Toolbox

Created: 7/31/2017 - Updated: 2/27/2020


The Federal Support Toolbox is an online portal that connects and provides resources for individuals interested in or working on water resources issues in the United States and abroad. The toolbox is a useful resource for all phases of adaptation, as well as for visitors from different sectors. This toolbox facilitates both education and collaboration among the water resources community. For example, the toolbox provides access to water resources databases, models, tools, best practices, legislative and policy resources, and needs assessments, but users can also explore water-related outreach and education materials, communicate and engage with other practitioners in a variety of ways, and learn about and participate in various activities from local to global scales.

Phase of Adaptation: Awareness, Assessment, Planning, Implementation, Integration, Monitoring, Sharing


Land managers, water utility managers, natural resource managers, local authorities, planners, policymakers, engineers, scientists, public

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approximately 34,000 dedicated Civilians and Soldiers delivering engineering services to customers in more than 90 countries worldwide.


Scale of Project
National / Federal
Sector Addressed
Water Resources
Target Climate Changes and Impacts
Water quality
Water supply
Type of Tool
Communication / Outreach
Other Climate Change or Adaptation Portals
Habitat/Biome Type
Lakes and Ponds
Rivers and Streams