Resilient Hubs Program Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Resilience Hub! The following offers a summary about our Three Pillars; please refer to our website for the full description of our criteria.
SUSTAINABILITY AND PERMACULTURE: could include edible gardens, water conservation (rain water catchment, graywater systems, etc.), energy conservation & renewable energy, zero waste, use of non-toxic materials and more.
COMMUNITY BUILDING AND INCLUSION: could include neighborhood block parties, garden work parties, racial justice workshops, community potlucks and more.
DISASTER PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE: could include emergency plans, research about community vulnerabilities to climate change, ample supplies of food and water, and protection against fires.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Why are you/your site interested in becoming a Resilience Hub?

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* 3. SUSTAINABILITY AND PERMACULTURE:   please list or describe the features that your site already has.  

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* 4. Neighborhood/Community Engagement and Inclusion: please list the activities that your site is already engaging in.

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* 5. Disaster Preparedness and Response: Please list the features and activities your site already has.

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* 6. Which projects or goals do you anticipate your site working on over the six months to become more resilient, based on the the three pillars of sustainability, disaster preparedness and community building/inclusion?

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* 7. Does your site work with under-represented populations? If so, how? If not, how could you site work to build bridges with Hubs from under-represented populations?

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* 8. Please indicate which of the following program activities your site likely would be able to participate in over the next eight months:

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* 9. Now please summarize this information about your site into a paragraph that will be used for our website. Describe your site and your interest in becoming a Resilience Hub. What does the site offer already to build resilience? What are the goal(s) that you want to work on for the next six months? 

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* 10. Lastly, the Resilience Hubs Working Group will be selecting one $500 mini-grant based on applications received by December 13th!  Priority will be given to sites working in under-served communities, and for projects that engage neighborhoods and/or communities.

Please write a brief description about the kind of resiliency project your site might work on with this $500 grant. 

In addition, if you have any questions/concerns about the Resilience Hubs Initiative cohort program you may write them down here. 

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