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November 2020 SECAS Newsletter

Panhandle rising: How small cities in Florida are working together to rebuild for resilience

by Louise Vaughn, User Support for the Southeast and South Atlantic Blueprints
Back in September, Louise shared two examples of how the Southeast Blueprint is helping coastal communities build resilience.

This month, she talks more about how five cities in the Florida Panhandle are rebuilding and improving resilience in the wake of extensive storm damage. These cities are laying the framework to revitalize their downtowns, build trails to connect to parks and greenspaces, improve their stormwater management, and support local economies and the region’s long-term recovery. As part of this effort,  the Blueprint is helping identify important habitat corridors and show linkages to natural resource assets. For more information, >>read Louise's blog...
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