On October 1st, come find our booth at Lynchburg’s Get Downtown Festival and learn more about Lynchburg Rising.
What does it mean to invest in resilience, how does a community do that, and why is it important? On September 29th, Resilient Virginia is launching our Fall 2022 Resiliency Academy with a discussion on Investing in Resilience, touching on these questions and more.
Our Fall 2022 Resiliency Academy will again focus on the 4 components for a resilient community.
A new project, funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Justice and led by Resilient Virginia, has started up this summer to assist historically underserved people in flood prone neighborhoods of Lynchburg.
We are dedicated to pushing resiliency initiatives forward in all Virginia communities, both rural and urban. Learn about how you can support our work.
Resilient Virginia intern, Sara Moreno, discusses her experiences that are preparing her for work in the sustainability and adaptation field.
At Session 4 of Resilient Virginia’s Spring 2022 Resiliency Academy, four expert speakers will give a progress report on building resiliency in transportation.
Our 2022 Annual Meeting was held in-person on June 30 at the Virginia Department of Forestry’s Training Room in Charlottesville.
At Session 3 of Resilient Virginia’s Spring 2022 Resiliency Academy, four expert speakers will discuss utilizing green infrastructure to develop resilience.
We are pleased to announce the speakers we have lined up for the second session of our Spring 2022 Resiliency Academy. These four speakers bring years of experience and abundant knowledge about tools communities can use for resiliency planning.
We are pleased to announce the speakers we have lined up for the first session of our Spring 2022 Resiliency Academy. These four speakers bring years of experience and abundant knowledge about Innovative Financing for resiliency efforts.
Resiliency Academy webinars highlight some of the best resiliency planning, program, and funding tools available to help communities build capacity.
Resilient Virginia representatives have been invited for a second year to participate as members of the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) Resiliency Sub-Workgroup that will be analyzing and discussing the resiliency aspects of proposals for the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code (USBC).
Virginia has made great strides over the last few years toward becoming a more resilient place to live, work and raise a family. In 2020 and 2021, significant state-level progress was made in the areas of coastal resiliency, flood preparedness, and building and infrastructure design.
By: Trish Porter, Marketing and Communications Director, Resilient Virginia 1/26/2022 Resilient Virginia would like to welcome Jonah Fogel as the newest member of our Board of Directors. Jonah is the Program Manager of UVA’s Environmental Resilience Institute. He holds a PhD in Natural Resources with a Policy Minor, a Masters of Landscape Architecture, and […]