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Community Resilience Partnership

Helping communities adapt while

meeting Maine's climate goals

Thank you to all who participated in our public meetings on climate resilience this summer! Over 75 participants joined us in Bethel, Otisfield, Woodstock, and Paris to discuss their ideas for building a more resilient community.

 

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.

Couldn't make it to your town's meeting? We've included a synopsis of each meeting below and will continue to update this page with new developments.

 

Notes from previous meetings:

 

 

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

Woodstock participants sit in a circle as Claire describes the Community Resilience Partnership
Three breakout groups of 8-10 people scattered around the Otisfield Community Hall to discuss the List of Community Actions