The Nature Conservancy, the University of Georgia and Goodwyn Mills and Cawood invite you to a townhall event on May 3rd to learn more about the newly developed Resiliency Implementation Workplan (RIW) for Camden County, Georgia.
Created with the goal to increase community capacity for resilience, build stronger awareness of adaptation needs and planning, and aid in the implementation of identified resiliency projects, the Resiliency Implementation Workplan (RIW) reflects a robust stakeholder engagement process that was informed by technical expertise and built upon existing efforts and successes in the community.
The plan was created and will be implemented with the help of partners in the seven main geographies (Camden County, Cities of Kingsland, St. Marys, and Woodbine; Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay; Cumberland Island National Seashore; and Little Cumberland Island) and includes a Sea Level Rise and Flooding Vulnerability Assessment and Project Prioritization and Implementation Plan, focusing on nature-based solutions.ons.
Project partners will present the results and be available to discuss the project at a townhall event on: May 3rd from 2pm-4pm and 6pm-8pm
Location : Coastal Pines Technical College (100 Keith Dixon Way, Kingsland Ga, Room 11).
We encourage anyone interested in learning more about coastal resiliency to attend.
This project is funded by a National Coastal Resilience Fund grant through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, in partnership with NOAA.