Sustainable Communities: The Town of Milton and Sea Level Rise Resiliency
01/27/2018 at 10:00 AM
Location: Mariner Middle School
Address: 16391 HARBESON ROAD
Milton, DE 19968
Southeast Rural Assistance Project (SERCAP) presents a workshop on
January 27, 2018
Please join us at the first Milton Planning and Assessment Project’s public workshop for
Milton residents, residents of the Milton zipcode and members of Milton community groups and organizations.
SERCAP and the Town of Milton with the assistance of the Milton Sustainability Committee is undertaking a planning process to enhance the community’s resiliency and sustainability in the face of changing environmental and economic conditions.
The goals of this public workshop focused only on the Town of Milton are:
- Build capacity within the community to be able to easily access up-to-date and accurate information on sea level rise,
- Identify sea level rise vulnerabilities, and
- Initiate a productive dialogue on possible adaptation strategies.
Workshop Presenter and Facilitator:
Philip Barnes, Faculty at the University of Delaware School of Public Policy & Administration, College of Arts & Sciences, Institute for Public Administration
Location: Mariner Middle School cafeteria: 16391 Harbeson Rd, Milton, DE 19968
Free parking is available.
Date: January 27, 2018
Time: 9:30 check – in and network
10:00 am Welcome and Introduction
10:10 am Sea Level Rise Processes, Timelines, and Impacts in Delaware
11:00 am Break
11:10 am Sea Level Rise Tools, Maps, and Resources for Delaware and specifically the Town of Milton
11:45 am Q & A, discussion
Please register through Eventbrite because seating will be limited and number of participants is critical. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sustainable-communities-the-town-of-milton-and-sea-level-rise-resiliency-registration-41287078764