The Climigration Network is a community of practitioners driving innovation in conversations, policies, and practices in places where sea level rise, storms, and other impacts from climate change are eroding the viability of living at the water’s edge.

In partnership with the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the Climigration Network is offering $7,500 awards to support the development of a robust project concept and budget that could be expanded into a large grant proposal. This opportunity is one of many ways the Climigration Network is seeking to foster the development of community-led projects that will help communities as they decide whether and when strategic, planned retreat is needed and how to plan for it. Proposals may be for projects anywhere in the United States and should focus on a “local” scale, such as neighborhood, municipal, or small-regional scale.

Read more about this opportunity and how to apply here: