Fall 2020 Priorities:
- Connect community organizations, governmental agencies, and individuals to organize and unify the community response to the Creek Fire.
- Support and partner with other private and public organizations to address erosion, site cleanup, drainage, watershed, and soil stabilization on private and public lands.
- Educate the public, policymakers, affected individuals, and governmental agencies on priority issues and community efforts through social media, the website, clinics, tours, and site visits.
Fall 2020 Task Forces:
The Council has set into motion educational and volunteer efforts to address priority issues of erosion and site cleanup. We have established and are organizing the following Task Forces of Resiliency Council members, Fund Ambassadors, and volunteers to organize community recovery efforts:
Fall 2020 Projects:
If you would like more information about these Fall 2020 Projects, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Resiliency Fund Volunteers page to volunteer.