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City of Crisfield Flood Mitigation Resources

Working Towards a Resilient Future

Building Resilience Against Climate Change

City of Crisfield Flood Mitigation Resources

Flood Mitigation

We are dedicated to providing resources and information to help residents and businesses in Crisfield prepare for and mitigate the impacts of flooding caused by climate change. Our goal is to help build a more resilient community that can withstand the increasing threats of flooding and sea level rise.

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Get involved

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We believe that building resilience against climate change requires a collaborative effort between government, businesses, and residents. That's why we are committed to engaging with the community to raise awareness about the impacts of climate change and to provide resources and tools to help everyone work towards a more resilient future.

Partners

Partners Building Resilience in the City of Crisfield

Partners Building Resilience in the City of Crisfield

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FEMA Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) Direct Technical Assistance (DTA)

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The Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy is partnering with the community of Crisfield and researchers from George Mason University (GMU) and the University of Maryland's Environmental Finance Center (EFC) to bring flood adaptation support to Crisfield, Maryland

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Nature-Based Solutions with EPA

The City of Crisfield is partnering with EPA to explore nature-based solutions such as green infrastructure and marsh restoration.

We Believe in Collaboration

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The Eastern Shore Long
Term Recovery Committee

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EPA Climate Resilience Evaluation and Awareness Tool (CREAT) Risk Assessment Application for Water Utilities

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Stormwater Pumps and Tide Gates funded by FEMA and MDE

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Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake

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Ditch/stormwater mapping with
Eastern Shore Regional GIS Cooperative

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Maryland Department of Emergency Management

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