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The National Association of Climate Resilience Planners (NACRP) is a multi-stakeholder, peer-learning resource, and referral network, including grassroots, frontline community groups, facilitators, and partners that fosters effective, place-based climate resilience planning and implementation, by which we actively cultivate a community of practice of the Community-Driven Climate Resilience Planning Framework on a national scale.

Benefits of Membership

Peer Led Calls & Mentoring

Quarterly applied practice peer calls to engage in cross-community strategy and learning and opportunities to give/receive mentorship.

Community - Driven Facilitation Opportunities

Monthly communications related to community-driven planning and facilitation opportunities/RFPs.

Workshops & Trainings

Training/workshop opportunities with discount codes.

NACRP Facilitator's Training

Access to the NACRP Facilitator's Certification Training

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NACRP Network Access

Access to a listserv of NACRP members.

NACRP Member Participation

A voice in the direction, collective actions, and endorsements of the NACRP.

Access to small grants

 To support member's place-based planning processes

An invitation to our gathering

The Association gathers every two years to relationship build and set strategy for the coming years.

NACRP Membership:

NACRP membership is annual (renewing Oct. 1st) and can either be held by an individual or an organization. For organizations, NACRP recognizes the organizational entity as a member, including anyone representing that organization. Membership types include grassroots community members/organizers, community-based organizations, partners, and allied organizations. Upon applying, members will be added to the NACRP's listserv and be sent a discount code to register for the VISION | POWER | SOLUTIONS (VPS) online workshop series. All members are required to complete the VPS series within their first year of membership to ensure they are grounded in the principles of the Community-Driven Climate Resilience Planning Framework, which serves as the foundation of our community of practice

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