Community Resilience Partnership
Helping communities adapt while
meeting Maine's climate goals
The Center for an Ecology-Based Economy is working with local towns to apply for community resilience grants, and we want to hear from you! Community members of Bethel, Otisfield, South Paris, and Woodstock are invited to participate in a series of public meetings on climate resilience this summer.
These meetings will inform each town’s enrollment in Maine’s Community Resilience Partnership, a program that helps Maine communities reduce emissions and prepare for the effects of climate change through direct support and grants of up to $50,000.
South Paris: August 15th, 6pm, South Paris town office (33 Main St)
Otisfield: August 16th, 6:30pm, Otisfield Community Hall (292 Route 121)
Notes from previous meetings:
Woodstock: July 26th, 6:30pm, Woodstock town office (26 Monk Ave, Bryant Pond)
If you live in a Maine town not listed above and would like to learn about helping your town enroll for future grant opportunities, please reach out to us!
If you need remote access or a stipend to participate, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-739-2101.
Please click below to register for your town’s next meeting. Registration is optional.
SOUTH PARIS - AUGUST 15TH
OTISFIELD - AUGUST 16TH