207permaculture, L3C is a service provider for Maine’s Community Resilience Partnership, a state-wide program helping towns and tribes reduce their carbon emissions, transition to clean energy, and become more resilient to the impacts of climate change, such as extreme weather, rising sea levels, and flooding. The Community Resilience Partnership is administered by the Maine Governor’s Office of Policy Innovation and the Future.
As a service provider, 207pc works with municipal representatives to better understand the local impacts of climate change and what they can do to prepare and adapt. We guide communities through the enrollment process, including adopting a municipal resolution, completing self assessments, and holding a community workshop to prioritize climate mitigation and adaptation projects for implementation. Once enrolled, 207pc works with communities to secure project funding by helping them apply for Community Action Grants, as well as providing direction on other federal and state funding opportunities.
The Community Resilience Partnership encourages regional collaboration and projects that advance shared priorities across town lines. 207permaculture partners with groups of 2-5 communities with geographic proximity or other shared characteristics to work through the enrollment process together.
If your community would like support enrolling in the Community Resilience Partnership, please Contact Us.