Tribal Resilience and Community Plans: A Primer for Tribal Communities Looking to Create Their Own
This paper serves as an overview of various Tribal resilience plans across the nation and community planning efforts in Virginia. Although each plan is particularly detailed to address one locality’s specified areas of concern, the plans are fully adaptable to meet any community’s particular needs. Additionally, the paper includes a synthesis of commonalities that these plans share with the goal of providing an overview of resilience plan options and strategies that can be used as a framework for Tribal communities looking to create their own plans.
This abstract has been taken from the author's introduction.
A Study of Tribal Communication Frameworks, Appendix A.
Newcomb, Karly, "Tribal Resilience and Community Plans: A Primer for Tribal Communities Looking to Create Their Own" (2022). Virginia Coastal Policy Center. 70.
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This paper is Appendix A to A Study of Tribal Communication Frameworks.
Appendix B is also available as a separate file: Tribal Communities and State and Local Governments.