Model Forest Policy Program is a national nonprofit organization that helps communities create climate adaptation plans that are ready for implementation. In our planning process, urban and rural communities with a shared dependence on ecosystem services partner with one another. They work to protect vulnerable citizens and natural resources while increasing resilience to climate change! This is done through our highly regarded program:
Over 30 communities, visible on the interactive map below, have worked through the program to conserve water resources, protect vulnerable citizens from floods and drought, preserve watershed health, stabilize micro climates, maintain species habitat, preserve the economy, and ensure community climate resilience. Are you next? Now accepting applicants for Climate Solutions University!
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